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Millennials are asking...

Do u ever do this with ur show at work?? Lol

7 votes
71% 29%
Life & Lifestyle

Any girls out there want to hook up?

10 votes
10% 90%
Relationships

What type of shoes r u wearing today...

14 votes
27% 73%
Life & Lifestyle

Name that city...

47 votes
37% 63%
Places & Travel

Can you stretch farther than me?

76 votes
27% 73%
Health & Fitness

Found this on the interwebs, I think it's cute.

41 votes
49% 51%
Art, Design & Photography

Do I look goofy carrying so much stuff?

61 votes
29% 71%
Cars, Boats & Cycles

This could be helpful.

27 votes
29% 71%
Religion & Philosophy

Anybody know anything about this company?

46 votes
13% 87%
Business & Finance

Funny Pop Punk band!

32 votes
13% 88%
Music, Movies & TV

No John Deacon & Freddie Mercury means no Queen?

42 votes
79% 21%
Music, Movies & TV

what you did u got !!!!

37 votes
42% 58%
World Events & Politics

What do you think??

85 votes
27% 73%
Education & Career

On her neck is a tattoo , is this a (normal) tattoo ?

45 votes
11% 89%
Art, Design & Photography

America is the worst place on earth

35 votes
28% 72%
World Events & Politics

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Millennial News Feed

Quote of the Day: “My dream for the future is complete financial independence from parents and any others, and a very satisfying career that I enjoy (a high salary would be a plus, but not essential).” –Male, 25, PA

The pickup game could become a thing of the past. According to ESPN, playground basketball as we’ve known it is dying. Crime has pushed many urban kids off of outdoor sports spaces to indoor courts that can be controlled. Meanwhile, high school players who want a future in the sport are turning to organized leagues like the Amateur Athletic Union over yard games where “street cred” ruled over building skills to showcase for schools. (ESPN)

Let wants to be the “ultimate, coolest” social network for teens. The app was built on the concept that “Facebook is not for teenagers anymore” and that they are looking for a more positive, gamified experience. Let creates leaderboards to show the members who have amassed the most stars, the equivalent of a Like, and has recently gained members—reportedly doubling in size every two weeks—thanks to YouTube stars like Jake Boys joining and “bringing their followings with them.” (TechCrunch)

Are Millennial marriages in beta? A lot has been said about the generation’s delayed walk down the aisle and their rearrangement of traditional adult milestones. Now, a new study has found that even after they’ve walked down the aisle it might just be to test the waters: 43% of Millennials “would support a marriage model that involved a two-year trial,” and 33% would be open to licenses that require the “terms” to be renegotiated after a certain amount of time.  (Time)

Young consumers have made music streaming their clear preference, and it is currently the only area in the recorded music industry experiencing growth. Apps like Spotify, Pandora, and iHeart Radio are competing for their attention, and their loyalty. But an epic streaming battle could be about to begin: tech titans like Apple, Google, and Amazon are acquiring their own streaming tools in order to control the future of the music market. (Quartz)

Some are dubious as to whether social apps can create real media stars, but it can’t be denied that for young artists today the path to fame has diversified, and online followings can impact careers. Case in point: 15-year-old Vine star Shawn Mendes’ self-titled EP hit No. 1 on iTunes only 37 minutes after its release, thanks in part to his 2.9 million followers spreading a #ShawnToNumber1 hashtag. (Mashable)

Quote of the Day: “My dream for the future is to become an entrepreneur so I can become my own boss. I also want to become successful to help other people who are in need.” – Female, 23, CA

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