We Want It All And We Want It Now

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This (admittedly slightly biased) infographic shows America's short attention span in the digital age.

We are not a patient people.

Tags: #PatienceIsAVirtue

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Instant America [infographic]
An infographic showing how impatient Americans have become in a time all about instant gratification.

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27 thoughts on “We Want It All And We Want It Now”

  1. Ah yes, my beloved infographics, there you are! I missed you!

    25% of people ONLY browse the internet on their phone?! Really? wow!

  2. Hmm. technically I'm too old aren't I? I was born in 1972. I don't think I get to claim to be the generation of something that didn't arrive until 25 years later

  3. Well then that puts me out of the running too, having arrived in 1969. So, if we are not the Google generation, who is? My boy? He's 14 and is still needing instruction on how to find answers to questions using Google....

  4. Perhaps they are trying to refer to the Google generation as in this decade or something referring more to people currently alive, than it is to specific people born in said year-year timeslot?

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