This @amprog lead in picture and its 1st figure about minimal improvement in living standards in 30 years just does not gel somehow

Source: When I Was Your Age | Center for American Progress.

The claim by the Centre for American progress is that despite being more educated and working in a more productive economy, 30-year-olds today barely make more than 30-year-old Baby Boomers did in 1984.

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Source: When I Was Your Age | Center for American Progress.

Nearly everything from RadioShack ad in 1991 is replaced by a smartphone

Creative destruction in cameras

The apps in your smartphone cost $900,000 thirty years ago

Peak tablet and peak e-book reader

A look at how the tech devices Americans own has shifted over the years. https://t.co/blt5Enghb8 pic.twitter.com/37BsThKBTT — PewResearch Internet (@pewinternet) October 29, 2015 The number of adults who own an e-reader has fallen. Today, 19% own one. In 2014, 32% … Continue reading

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