Mary Chayko has published a new book on what it means to live in a digitally connected society. Superconnected: The Internet, Digital Media, and Techno-Social Life brings together insights from such disciplines as sociology, communication, psychology, and media, information, and technology studies to explore the impact of the internet and digital technology on our everyday lives, from the way we construct identities and cultures to the way we work, play, learn, govern, and fall in love.  The new book was also launched at the New Books Reception at the Eastern Sociological Society conference in Boston on March 17, and Rutgers University’s Celebration of Faculty Books at Alexander Library on April 12.