Too much money on avocado toast! Millennials change their jobs too much! They’re all choosing to be childless and mindlessly think that plants are children! Millennials get a lot of schtick for being superficial, shallow, benign, or even having ‘funny characteristics’. For the vast majority of world-weary, tired and wide awake millennials who can’t afford … Continue reading Hey, Millennial: Your Nonchalance is Showing
People trust Twitter more than the news because of the perceived “purity” and reliability of the source, rather than the actual news story itself. Helpfully, Twitter is totally fuelled by community information and conversation. News media, on the other hand, is fuelled by gatekeepers. Twitter is trusted for its lack of gatekeepers. As an interface … Continue reading Why do people trust Twitter more than the news?
Who is Hannah Pixie Snowdon? Hannah Pixie Snowdon is a sustainable living activist, tattoo artist, fashion entrepreneur and tattoo lifestyle model from Doncaster, UK. Since 2017, Hannah’s been on a nomadic mission to become a sustainable lifestyle activist and eco-advocate, having moved her main base to Nepal where her ongoing charity work is, while also … Continue reading Women changing the world pt. 3: Hannah Pixie Snowdon
Please don’t take this as a cue to stop studying, or to stop making a positive difference to your life through the world of education. That is not the message being proposed, here. Education is actually the one and only tool that will improve your social mobility and get you far. As you grow older, … Continue reading Advice from Millennials: your GCSE results ultimately don’t matter
RE: Hiring The Cultural Creative – What Other Motivations? Being part of the often-tagged ‘Millenial’ generation, more often than not we are told that we have extremely low attention spans, show little workplace loyalty, we are aesthetically and therefore (logic-falsely) materialistically driven; and are harder to keep within a market segment as we are constantly … Continue reading When Hiring A Millennial, Think About These Things
I’m not sure what peng means, but I do know that when it comes to delivering fresh content to audiences, I like to write as quickly as possible while the tamale is still super hot. Also, it has to be said that without a staff of 30 writers, doing it alone can be tough, but … Continue reading Delivering some cat-based content for my millennial readers
Based on a number of once hilarious but now numerous and incredibly grating situations wherein the flat downstairs have shown a severe lack of basic respect for everyone in this house, I’ve decided to write something…I’m well nice, save for my more awkward, shy and uncool moments. And sometimes the term “blunt b*tch!” applies to … Continue reading Hey, Shut Up! (Neighbourly Millennial Etiquette)
IF THE MESSAGE IS widely accessible but the mediums still aren’t as accessible across the world, could crowdfunding change the nature of media globalisation? France, in its fraternal wisdom, has come up with something even more wonderfully hippiefied than Paris’ bike hire service Velib… Crowdfunding and crowdsourcing: the future of creative industries? Web, world: welcome … Continue reading NEW PULP FICTION: Is crowdfunding the now-and-future of the creative industries?