The Pre-Blog Era: Looking Back on Online Communities

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Back in 2001, the Pew Internet and American Life Project reported that:

"Some 84% of Internet users have at one time or another contacted an online group. Tens of millions of Americans have joined communities after discovering them online. And many are using the Internet to join and participate in longstanding, traditional groups such as professional and trade associations. Furthermore, many Americans are using the Internet to intensify their connection to their local community."

That was before the blogosphere took off. I wonder what it's like now? If anyone has some data on this, please share if possible!

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