Web and Online Culture

How often do you get an e-mail from a friend that contains a URL, and the address takes up more than one line? It’s a pain to get that cut and pasted into your web browser, and sometimes it just doesn’t work. That’s why it’s helpful to have a “URL-shortening” service on hand — these

If you’re thinking about implementing a personal Internet use policy at work, read this first: a survey by the Center for e-Service reports that Americans spend more time at home on the Internet for work reasons than they spend on the Internet at work for personal reasons. Get that? The survey finds that those who