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Millennials are asking...

Do you like these?

27 votes
35% 65%
Food & Drink

Ever fantasize about being forced?

63 votes
42% 58%
Relationships

Anyone else sleepy but can't sleep?

13 votes
78% 22%
Life & Lifestyle

What do you like to photograph?

40 votes
66% 34%
Art, Design & Photography

Who do you love?

59 votes
76% 24%
Relationships

Hot n sweaty fun. ..? 100+ degree golf lol

17 votes
64% 36%
Life & Lifestyle

Deathgaze?

76 votes
12% 88%
Music, Movies & TV

Good picture?

60 votes
75% 25%
Parenting & Family

What do you BBQ that is original.....#ideas

54 votes
73% 28%
Food & Drink

Hard work paying off :D

85 votes
39% 61%
Health & Fitness

Time for vacation?

19 votes
94% 6%
Places & Travel

I can make it if I keep on trying..

76 votes
70% 30%
Relationships

Who's your favorite Pokemon

52 votes
19% 81%
Gaming

How do you hide money from a Republican?

46 votes
40% 60%
World Events & Politics

Cereal... Any opinions?

57 votes
65% 35%
Food & Drink

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Millennial News Feed

Quote of the Day: "I don't like photos of me up on the web, period, because they have the potential to be misused or misinterpreted and I have a professional reputation to uphold as a teacher.” –Female, 32, NJ

In case you missed the outpouring of excitement from Potter fandom of all ages yesterday, there is big news in the wizarding world. J.K. Rowling has published a new Harry Potter short story on her website Pottermore, reuniting now 34-year-old Harry, Ron, Hermione and friends at the 2014 Quiddich World Cup. Older and younger Millennials grew up with Rowling’s famous series, and this is their first glimpse of their boy hero as an adult. The rush to read the post crashed the site intermittently yesterday morning. (Time)

Political views are particularly shaped by events that occur in between the ages of 14 and 24, so some say that today’s teens have a greater chance of being more conservative than their older Millennial counterparts. However, the fact that they are more ethnically diverse group—45% of American teens are either Latino or another racial minority—could also affect their political leanings. (NYTimes)

We wrote that Millennials and Instagram are changing the way that advertising looks, with visual commerce platform Olapic pulling user-generated images from social media and integrating them into brand sites. They aren’t alone. Snapwire, which released its 2.0 version today, connects “mobile social photographers” with buyers who can’t find the image they’re looking for in traditional stock photos. Photographers make 50% of the profits if their image is purchased. (Fast Company)

Millennials say smartphones are more important to them than deodorant. More specifically, a recent study found that only 87% of the generation said that their deodorant was essential, compared to 93% who said that a smartphone was “very” or “somewhat” important. We can’t say we’re surprised. Ypulse’s own research has shown that 62% of 14-32-year-olds agree that their phone is a lifeline to the world around them—that’s pretty important. (NYPost)

Silicon Valley is starting young to recruit top tech talent to their companies, and bringing in high school students as summer interns has become more common. Young Millennials and post-Millennials “don’t have to get a computer science degree before producing their own mobile apps," and major coding and programming skills can be found in these very young recruits. These summer interns are also being treated better and paid well, making a future in tech look more attractive for them. (Bloomberg)

Quote of the Day: "My parents buy from companies that support fair trade like coffee and stuff, and that give back to the environment and community even though they cost a little more. I think it's worth it. So I do it too.” –Male, 15, CA

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