I’d like to draw attention to a great new (and new media) project over in (where else) America. It’s a web venture called Millennials Magazine - an internet only publication for, about, and by, twentysomethings.
Since launching – just a few weeks ago – they have already produced some fascinating and insightful content about Generation-whatever-the-hell-you-want-to-call-us. Their mission, so to speak, is this:
“… to give millennials a chance to speak independently, to begin to define ourselves against an avalanche of polemical articles defining us as a generation “victim to the recession” and “stupefied by technology.”
Ok, it’s a pretty ostentatious way of describing something that is essentially a glorified blog. But contrary to what Andrew Marr believes, blogs can be interesting, innovative and powerful. There’s plenty out there on the web that isn’t worth reading, but some of what’s on Millennials Magazine definitely is.
If that’s not enough to pique your interest; it’s already got a mention on culture bible Slate Magazine.
Plus: As of today my work is on the site; an article about the trials and tribulations of living at home in London, which you can read here.