- Losing our religion?
A new survey suggests Americans are becoming more secular and turning away from the traditional religious denominations. Is religion still part of individual identity as it once was?9:06 a.m.
Mark Silk: Teaches religion and directs the Program on Public Values at Trinity College. He collaborated on the American Religious Identification Survey released in March.
Charles Haynes: Senior scholar at the First Amendment Center. He writes and speaks on religious liberty and religion in American life.
Penny Edgell: Professor in the sociology department at the University of Minnesota.
- Twitter nation
Everyone's doing it these days. Celebrities, politicians, athletes, even jurors. Tweeting that is. Midmorning examines the Twitter phenomenon, and what it means for the evolution of the Web.10:06 a.m.
Julio Ojeda-Zapata: Consumer Technology reporter and columnist for the Pioneer Press, and author of "twitter means business: how microblogging can help or hurt your company."
Jamie Thingelstad: Former CTO of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, and now an entrepreneur-in-residence with Split Rock Partners.
John Hodgman: Author and humorist. His latest book is "More Information Than You Require."
You can follow Kerri Miller on Twitter at @KerriMPR
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