People of different generations obviously do a lot of things differently, and it’s no exception when it comes to the way they view their favorite TV shows. A New York Times video study showed that the form in which young people watch video is pretty distinguishable between generations. The study revealed that 34 percent of millennials watch mostly online videos,… Read more →
The me generation is the meme generation. For those have that aren’t familiar with it, the word meme (rhymes with cream) in pop culture refers to viral Internet sensations like pictures of cats captioned with block text or teen Rebecca Black’s music video for her song “Friday.” In the age of the Internet, memes are popular images, videos, or songs… Read more →
One millennial’s weekend unplugged.
Today we often hear about videos, photos, gifs, memes, and articles “going viral.” According to SmartSocialSavy, “going viral” refers to when something “is viewed by a very high number of people in just a short period of time. This is in contrast to content, say a video or blog post that is only viewed by a relatively small number of… Read more →