Hold the front page – startling news that teenagers don’t read newspapers
Thursday, July 9th, 2009
A report on how teenagers use technology, written by a 15 year old intern at Morgan Stanley, created huge waves of interest in the city when it was published in full on their website. If you want to know what technology is hot and what is not for the teenage community, check out his full report. This may be a slightly irrelevant thought, but why is a fifteen year old working as an intern at Morgan Stanley in the first place and not out enjoying football with his mates? In fact they are probably ahead of the game. Alex Linde wrapped it up neatly in his blog -What if you want to know what’s going on in the world? A newspaper is now nearly the worst way of finding out.
* Newspaper – what the editor thinks was important yesterday.
* TV – what the director thinks is important today.
* Blog – pretty much everything that happened today.
* Twitter – what’s happening right now.