Nearly three in ten teens have blogged -- especially those from single-parent or lower-income families -- while only 8% of adults have done so, according to a new Pew Internet & American Life Project report. "The nature of conversation and communication is changing in a world in which young people are becoming very comfortable with expressing themselves through video and audio and mixing it together," said Mary Madden, a Pew senior research specialist and one of the report's authors. "And that's difficult for adults to understand, how teens can navigate these spaces."

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