iFixit Teardown of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Which traits are MOST important to teach your kids? Responsibility tops the list for both liberals and conservatives, but opinions diverge from there.
Buzzfeed shares 9 facts that that show younger generations are more avid readers than any other age group.
The question of Scottish independence inspired an impressive 10 million Facebook interactions between August 1st and September 8th.
Happy 10th anniversary to the Pew Research Center. Over the last 10 years, we have tackled some of the biggest questions America faces, including questions on topics like the American political landscape, millennials, the impact of the internet, and many more.
Here’s a quick recap.
This generation is now adapting technology to do very traditional things in very new ways that matter to them. — Millennial Generation Likes Old-Fashioned Technology: Books
Happy International Literacy Day! Above: A snapshot of reading in America.
As of January 2014, 76% of American adults 18+ said they read at least 1 book in the past year.
According to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of July nearly 6.8 million Americans worked more than one job, or 4.6% of all employed people. But moonlighting is less common now than it has been.
Those who have more than one job tend to be more educated: While only 2.2% of people who didn’t graduate high school reported working more than one job, 6.9% of master’s-degree holders and 6.8% of doctoral-degree holders did.
Political Typology Quiz -
Are you a Steadfast Conservative? A Solid Liberal? Or somewhere in between? Take our quiz and find out which one of our Political Typology groups is your best match.
I don’t think the human race can retire en masse by 2025. — Fred Baker on the future of AI, robotics, and jobs.
If you think your Facebook friends or Twitter followers disagree with you on a certain topic, will you shy away from posting about it? pewrsr.ch/1qhtRBP
If the topic of the government surveillance programs came up in these settings, how willing would you be to join in the conversation?
Our case study on the Snowden-NSA revelations found people were less likely to discuss the story on social media than they were in person. And if they thought their friends and followers disagreed with them, they were less likely to want to discuss the issue at all.
How willing would you be to discuss Snowden-NSA in these settings?