Scott Webber received his PhD from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He has published on lower-income families and the introduction of ICTs into their homes and has also conducted ethnographic research exploring the use of computers and the Internet in elementary schools. He served as a project interviewer, analyst, co-author, and dissertation fellowship coordinator. After receiving an M.A. in Radio and Television from San Francisco State University in 1997, Scott returned to Southern California where he worked for two years in the prime-time television department of Creative Artists Agency in Beverly Hills and experienced the joy of low pay and long hours as a production assistant on the pilot episode of C-16, a short-lived television series that aired on ABC in 1997. Scott is currently the Principal at a Denver-based consumer research research firm that focuses on the use of qualitative and ethnographic research methods (www.getgood.info).