A fascinating study by our friends at the Pew Internet and American Life Project. 88% of registered voters have a Smartphone!
My burning questions?
- Why aren’t libraries mentioned here at all?
- Wouldn’t it be cool if an ad for Sno-Isle Libraries popped up in the sidebar of anyone reading this article in our service area?
Thanks to Penni Vogel for sharing this article. Please share the burning questions this raises for you!
Those travel books continue to rule the roost–the Rough Guide to Sri Lanka had 70 retrievals last month!
|The Rough Guide to Sri Lanka e3 2009|
|The Rough Guide to Yellowstone and Grand Teton 2011|
|The Book of Weeds 2009|
|The Rough Guide to Japan e5 2011|
|Scholarships, Fellowships and Loans, 29th ed., vol. 3|
|The Rough Guide to Sicily e8 2011|
|Classical Music, 1st American ed. 2005|
|Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, vol. 1|
|College Financing Information for Teens e2 2012|
|Encyclopedia of the United States Constitution 2009|
Interesting report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. It shows that many of the differences in local news consumption emerging from these data reflect the varying demographic compositions of different community types in the U.S.