The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on a Pew Internet and American Life Project study that examined American teenagers’ contribution to the blogosphere and other online content areas. The study found that 57 percent of U.S. teens publish some form of online content. The current generation of teens is the first to grow up with the internet as a major part of its surrounding society. Experts say this is why they are more likely to be using the internet than adults and are also more likely to show skill at multi-tasking. “They’re so used to instant-messaging everybody. They can be writing a paper and have 10 conversations goijng on at once,” said the faculty sponsor of a local high school computer club.