Tightfisted Millenials, Microsoft 2019, Fancy Lav Paper, Razorfish DoR, Social v EMail, Coke Vault

Two-thirds of US Millennials say they are somewhat or very concerned about their personal finances and plan to make drastic cuts across spending categories, according to a recent study by youth-research firm TRU, which gauged the near-term buying intentions of 12- to 29-year-olds in the current recession. Among the full sample of 1,300 respondents, those in their 20s (71%) express the most apprehension, while those ages 12-15 (44%) – most likely sheltered by their parents – are the least bothered by the failing economy, TRU said.
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Microsoft 2019, a presentation of what may lie ahead. It was produced by the Microsoft Office Labs and was recently shown on the Wharton Business Technology Conference. Gerald Hensel found it “pretty inspiring” …
Toilet paper is perhaps one of the least environmentally friendly products on the planet. As bizarre as that sounds, think about it – it’s a one-time use product that is made using valuable resources which can’t be reclaimed for use in future products. Even more disturbing is that virgin timber from rare old-growth forests in Canada are being used to make the ultra-premium varieties of toilet paper
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Social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace are now more popular than personal email, according to Nielsen figures out today. Research by Nielsen Online ranks “member communities” as the fourth most popular online category — after search, portals and PC software — and are now visited by 67% of the global online population.

Coke’s Vault Takes on Pepsi’s Mtn Dew With Coupon Giveaway
In an audacious and quite possibly unprecedented move likely to resonate with recession-weary consumers, Coca-Cola will give away a free sample of its Vault brand to anyone who buys PepsiCo‘s Mtn Dew. The aggressive “Don’t Dew It” promotion aims to get die-hard Dew-ers to try Vault, which after three years on the market isn’t just an also-ran to the Pepsi brand; it’s an afterthought. According to Beverage Digest, juggernaut Mtn Dew commands more than an 80% share of the citrus segment, while Vault holds about 4%.

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