According to a study done in 2000, humans had an attention span of 12 seconds—only 33% longer than a goldfish at 9 seconds. That was 20 years ago. Recently, Microsoft announced that the average person’s attention span is now less than a goldfish at a mere 8 seconds.
The emergence of social media, dating back to the early 2000s, is revolutionary on so many levels. It is constantly evolving in its practical usage, as seen during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020, and in the many niche branches that have emerged for both entertainment and business usage, such as Snapchat and Instagram.
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Imagine a country where less than half of its citizens are given a full range of opportunities. The remaining citizens are prevented from contributing as much as they are capable of. Complicate the situation even more by adding in other factors that affect what people can accomplish, such as race and ethnicity.
In an increasingly digital world where newspapers are struggling to survive, many people expected printed media to die. It hasn’t turned out that way. The 78.2 million people born between 1995 and 2012 value print, and so do the generations preceding them.