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10-15-12: The High-Tech Generation Goes Low-Tech
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Kids these days, with their gardening and foraging, and their fixed-gear bicycles, and their vinyl records, and their digital photos Instagrammed until they look like they were taken in 1957.
It’s one thing to reject the culture of your parents’ generation; it’s another to embrace the lifestyle of your grandparents. The millennial generation seems to love low-tech…at least if the pictures on their Facebook pages are any indication.
We’ve invited back our monthly social media analysts Nathan Jurgenson and P.J. Rey – this time to go analog.
Nathan and P.J. are Ph.D. candidates in sociology at the University of Maryland, and they blog at Cyborgology.
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