A picture’s worth a thousand words, so a selfie is worth the effort of writing up what you’re doing at every moment of the day?
No wonder children are only half-literate.
It’s amazing how glued snake people—er, millennials—are to their palm-sized, Internet-connected rectangles. But why?
Mary Meeker, the Morgan Stanley analyst turned venture capitalist at Kleiner Perkins, today released her annual report on Internet trends. One section—slides 68 through 70, in particular—digs into the mobile habits of American youth, and it reveals some interesting statistics.
First off, 87% of young adults—or those between the ages of 18 and 34—who own smartphones report never separating from their mobile devices: “My smartphone never leaves my side, night or day.” And four-out-of-five of them report that the first thing they do upon waking “is reach for my smartphone.” Good morning, screen-glow.
Nearly as many, 78%, spend more than two hours per day using…
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