There were actually a total of 76 million births in the United States from 1946 to 1964, the 19 years usually called the "baby boom." Of the 76 million baby boomers born, nearly 11 million had died by 2012, leaving some 65.2 million survivors. However, when immigrants are included (the number of people coming into the United States from other countries, minus those moving the other way), the number grows to an estimated 76.4 million because immigrants outweighed the number of baby-boomer deaths. The flow of immigrants greatly increased after passage of the Immigration Act of 1965, just as the baby boom was ending.
These days, ladies are all about the labels in the grocery store. With the help of mobile devices and coupons, they tend toward the healthiest food at the best prices, and are swayed by packaging that promotes fresh and low-fat ingredients.
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Half of Americans (50%) who are aware of advertising don’t trust what they see, read and hear in advertisements. 44% think that advertisements are dishonest. A clear majority (58%) thinks that there should be stronger requirements for proving claims in advertising. Trust in advertising is very much dependent on education. ...
Reuters By now advertisers are well aware that American eyeballs are constantly darting between screens, from the TV to the smartphone. But a new report shows just how important online video and mobile advertising have become in competition with traditional TV. Internet advertising revenues jumped to $42.8 billion in 2013, a 17% spike from 2012, [...]
Twitter is finally rolling out its much-anticipated redesign aimed at making the network easier for non-techies to use.
Richard Meyer's insight:
Pretty soon, you'll start to notice changes like an enormous splashy cover image hovering over your feed. All of Twitter's text and widgets are a bigger, theoretically making everything easier to read.
America’s seniors have historically been late adopters to the world of technology compared to their younger compatriots, but their movement into digital life continues to deepen, according to newly released data from the Pew Research Center. In this report, we take advantage of a particularly large survey to conduct a unique exploration not only of technology use between Americans ages 65 or older and the rest of the population, but within the senior population as well.