The Rich Media Generation

on May 15, 2017
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Studying generations under 30 provides a unique challenge. One of the demographic patterns we observe, around technology in particular, is how habits change with specific life-stages. From a purely anthropologic standpoint this seems obvious. Your habits during your youth/formative years are different than those in the middle of your life and both of those stages are different than the end of your life. What we have to dig into, are the things that become ingrained at a young age and remain constant throughout all life stages.

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