Will millions give a shit about an overpriced nerdlinger status symbol? Stay tuned as Bennett whateverhisface submits his thesis.
I have a simple rule; I will not pay a subscription for a service that also makes me watch ads. Not going to happen. Hulu-plus can fuck itself, as can this CBS trash.
I'm 28, so same cohort....I get my news from a multitude of online sources. There is nothing on TV news that I see that I didn't already know about at least 12 hours earlier.
The concept of paying for cable when 1/4th of my time would be stolen via commercials is, to me, atrocious. I do get a kick out of telling the quarterly TWC call this opinion as politely as possible. "Why would I pay $60 a month where 15 minutes per hour of TV is commercials?" "uhhhh"
I'd like to coin a new phrase: The Kruger Hump.
This is the inflection point where you realize just how little you actually know. Up to that point is marked by the D-K effect.
Once you can schedule events in a workable manner, I would quickly jump ship from FB. The fact that G+, Diaspora, and now Ello didn't have this feature on launch is why I think they all failed.
Gerrymandering is one of those things that the fact that it is legal is just jaw-dropping. I can see school children in future history classes learning about it and shaking their heads in awe and the blatant audacity of some of these districts.
A reasonable debate could be had about the curriculum and goals of these public schools, but whether or not they should exist should remain in the 'crackpot bin'.