At the New York Times today, Conor Dougherty clues us in on what it’s like being a teenager today:
Teenagers being teenagers, the room was full of angst and contradictions. They love Instagram, the photo-sharing app, but are terrified their posts will be ignored or mocked. They feel less pressure on Snapchat, the disappearing-message service, but say Snapchat can be annoying because disappearing messages make it hard to follow a continuing conversation. They do not like advertisements but also do not like to pay for things.
It’s nice to see that modern teenagers aren’t really that hard to understand after all. Plus ça change.