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Just a comment from a (26-year-old) Millennial. Either I’m misreading it, or this chart is a little misleading, because it claims to speak about “today’s teens,” but actually bottoms out at 18 (except for the texting sections and some sections that are unmarked as far as age). Only the last few years of what the chart defines as “Millennial” (18-34) overlap with the phenomenon they’re talking about.
I DO remember before the Internet, ubiquitous cell phones, and constant connectivity. It’s really the generation *behind* the Millennials–the Digital Natives proper–who have no memory of our pre-plugged-in state. These current teens, a good ten years behind me or more, are a totally different breed.
That said, hurray for infographics! :]
Comment by RenaBlack — Tuesday, September 11, 2012 @ 11:53 am
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