Month: June 2015

THDP41 Millennials

THDP41 Millennials

Podcast
While talking about Millennials and how they are affecting the economy and the Internet, we are going to use two example of how websites are adjusting to this change in the market:  Wealthfront.com and Care.com. From the Millennials standpoint according to The Pew Study “Millennials in Adulthood” just 19% of Millennials say most people can be trusted, compared with 31% of Gen Xers, 37% of Silents and 40% of Boomers." According to a Neilson study that looked at what made their generation, most unique Millennials ranked Technology Use first (24%), followed by Music/Pop Culture (11%) and Liberal/Tolerant (7%).  Juxtapose that with the Baby Boomers who put Work Ethic first.  That study goes on to say 74% feel that new technology makes their lives easier and 54% feel new technology helps
YCRE1 You Can’t Replace Everything

YCRE1 You Can’t Replace Everything

Podcast, You Can't Replace Everything
For the past couple of weeks I have been working on getting The Help Desk Podcast back up and running and also on a little special project I would like to talk about right now.  I have been away for so long and I want it to be a better quality podcast that better engages you the audience.  I am also going to add an experiment to our podcast website.  I am adding a little five-minute podcast where I will be talking about my health challenges.  This has indeed been an ongoing saga and I have been talking about that stuff during The Help Desk Podcast when I could have been discussing tech issues with you and adding value to your listening experience. I do want these episodes to concentrate on three major issues facing me in my life right now:  (1) My replacements and how I am dealing with