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There are many ways to avoid the system, get around the system and defy the system. But there are also many ways to improve our lives by simply paying more attention and thinking through things instead of just going through the motions.

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15th January 2014

Photo reblogged from Fast Company with 95 notes

fastcompany:

Facebook’s teenage exodus, in one chart
An iStrategyLabs report found teenage users ages 13 to 17 have declined 25% within the last three years to 9.8 million in January 2014. Meanwhile, the 55-and-older subset have taken to the social network, with more than 28 million users in that demographic, an 80% growth over the same period.
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So, the largst growth demographic is 55+ (80.4%) and the 2 largest growth interests are Sex (240%) & Music (5,852.4%). So, basically, Facebook is becoming Myspace.

fastcompany:

Facebook’s teenage exodus, in one chart

An iStrategyLabs report found teenage users ages 13 to 17 have declined 25% within the last three years to 9.8 million in January 2014. Meanwhile, the 55-and-older subset have taken to the social network, with more than 28 million users in that demographic, an 80% growth over the same period.

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So, the largst growth demographic is 55+ (80.4%) and the 2 largest growth interests are Sex (240%) & Music (5,852.4%). So, basically, Facebook is becoming Myspace.

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  1. grahamj1602 said: Did you see in this Princeton study that Facebook is like a virus and people are already becoming immune to it? blogs.marketwatch.com/t…
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    This is interesting.
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    Fascinating! If you are seeking Millennials, clearly Facebook should not be your medium of choice!
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    So, the largst growth demographic is 55+ (80.4%) and the 2 largest growth interests are Sex (240%) & Music (5,852.4%)....
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