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The Kids Are Getting Out

The trend for ‘Generation Z’ — today’s post-millennial school/varsity-goers — is to move away from social media like Facebook and Twitter, according to this article from The Conversation… 242 more words

Social Media

Will robots take our jobs? Experts can't decide

A new report from Pew Research brings together almost 2,000 experts to comprehensively assess the effect of robots on the workplace

Experts are divided over the role of robots over the next decade, with some arguing that they will create more jobs than they displace, and others worrying that they could lead to income inequality and a breakdown in social order. 597 more words

Technology

What the Internet of Things may look like in 2025

I’m into Pew Research Center reports so I decided to keep track of the ones I read in this blog. The reports are free and they provide so much good information that is missed or overlooked. 804 more words

Internet Of Things

Faith, Values, and Politics

A recent survey that was conducted by the Pew Research Center involved a national sample of 2,009 adults. The results of this survey, that was take earlier this month, offer some interesting findings: 254 more words

Christianity

Friday Fun Fact

According to the Pew Research Center 34% of children today are living with an unmarried parent—up from just 9% in 1960, and 19% in 1980.

Single Mom

Episode 19: The Search for Bill

This week Agreeing Loudly runs into some technical difficulties when Bill decides that charging his phone and telling time is insignificant compared to the power of his wife’s birthday. 177 more words

Podcast

In privacy sharing, context is king (and hurrah say all of us)

Major new research from America has confirmed what many in the personal data privacy world have long suspected – whether or not people want to share their information hinges largely on the context of the request. 542 more words

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