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Our world revolves around iTunes and Instagram, narcotics and Netflix."

Macbooks. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Pythagorean Theorem. Microsoft Excel. The perfect cheese sauce. Covalent Bonds. To Kill a Mockingbird. Shakespeare; these are just a few of the things I can remember learning about in my five years at secondary school. 1,003 more words

Education

The Wisdom of Charles Murray, To You Millenials

Ash Milton over at This Rough Beast, whom I strongly recommend you read, posted a talk by Charles Murray. To say that I agree with him would be an understatement. 63 more words

Aggregation

Why No One Cares if You Shop on Thanksgiving.

For the past couple of weeks, my Facebook feed has been inundated with all of my older-than-40 family members posting pictures encouraging people to “boycott” businesses open on Thanksgiving because “those people should be with their families”.  465 more words

Holidays

The Selfie Generation Hoax

I’ve been seeing a lot of articles and short films highlighting the “Selfie Generations’ lack of human-interaction. I find this comical. Yes, people are wrapped up on their phones and focus first on taking a photo of them doing something rather than actually experiencing said thing. 275 more words

The folly that is listicles

Stephanie Denning writes in Forbes why millennial love listicles, articles in the form of a list.  Like most modern journalism the headline at best partially covers what follows. 342 more words

Business

The rise of stay-at-home dads? For female execs, not so much

Behind every great man, there’s a great woman—or so the saying goes. But in a time of shifting cultural norms and increasing workplace flexibility, powerful female execs hope to switch the roles in that expression. 582 more words

Leadership

Millennials: The Definition of Flexibility

One of the keynote speakers at the PRSSA National Conference was Pam Jenkins who is the President for Powell Tate. Her company works in “strategic communications and public affairs.” She spoke about Millennials and how they would change the idea of public relations, marketing and the work world. 532 more words

Experience