Sunday, 22 June 2014

DESIGN, BUSINESS & INNOVATION



Illustration via Fast Company.




Ryan Bradley writes an interesting article in Fast Company: Understanding Facebook's Lost Generation of Teens: "Facebook is not cool. Everybody knows that, not just teens. "Coolness is done for us," Mark Zuckerberg said last year. This, more than anything, must be the reason teens are leaving, this lack of coolness. Facebook's chief financial officer, David Ebersman, said as much during a fourth quarter earnings call: The social network is not a cool hangout spot anymore, he said, which is why its user rates among young teens is dropping off. Some estimates have it at about a million teens a year, quitting Facebook entirely." Read full article in Fast Company. E.T.P. 7'

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