Millennials want a home-cooked meal more than they might seem. According to a new study from the Census Bureau and Harvard, 80% of young adults in the United States had moved less than 100 miles away from their birthplace, while a mere 10% had relocated more than 500 miles. The study discovered that migration patterns differ depending on family income, race, and ethnicity—children of higher-income parents moved farther away than those with less well-off parents on average.
“MAKE INSTAGRAM INSTAGRAM AGAIN. Stop trying to be TikTok I just want to see cute photos of my friends.”
The online conversation about Instagram continued through the weekend, with Tati Bruening's Instagram post going viral yesterday. Users who've witnessed the platform shift to adopt features pioneered by TikTok clearly identified with it. The post was also shared by Kylie Jenner, who, as you may recall, wiped $1.3 billion off Snap's market value in a single day in 2018 by critiquing the app's redesign.
“Parentese” is a global language, a new study finds. (New York Times)