The BBC has reported that evergrowing numbers of US teens are using the web and increasingly adding and creating their own content. The Pew American and Internet Life Project research...

The BBC has reported that evergrowing numbers of US teens are using the web and increasingly adding and creating their own content.

"The Pew American and Internet Life Project research suggested that 12 to 17-year-olds look to web tools to share what they think and do online.

It also said they were much more likely than adults to read and have a weblog.

The report found that those who did have blogs were far more likely to remix and share music and images.

A third said they shared their own work – artwork, photos, stories, or video – with others online. Girls were more likely to do so than boys – 38% compared with 29%.

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