iPod generation


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iPod generation

n
members of the generation of adults born after 1970, who are less financially secure than their parents, due to student debt, high house prices, and job insecurity
[C21: from i(nsecure), p(ressured), o(vertaxed), and d(ebt-ridden); also a play on iPod]
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Fast forward to the cyber tablet and iPod generation and the new titles have taken on a surreal twist.
The study of 2,000 people, carried out by one of Britain's leading energy providers, npower, shows that the iPod generation is holding up David Cameron's vision for the Big Society, as 40% of people in this age group say they have volunteered recently compared to just one in six older adults.
For the film franchise, he was upgraded to a beefed-up Chevrolet Camaro to strike a chord with the iPod generation.
spelled "iMatter" by the iPod generation - as they gathered at the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza and then looped around downtown for about a mile and a half before arriving at the old Federal Building, where Mayor Kitty Piercy spoke to the crowd.
Mini have cracked the market for the iPod generation and their urban chic 1.
In studies with her non-musical students, she finds that the iPod generation has a large passive repertoire of songs.
IT'S NOT only the old school, but the iPod generation too that is getting hooked to the idea of humble terrace farming.
We're the iPod generation, we need to mix and mash and hear the newest sounds thrown in with old favourites whole album uninterupted any more
It's great to see Steven Moffat's updating of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classics for the iPod generation pulling in 7.
A HOLLYWOOD screenwriter has teamed up with the University of Glamorgan to bring the excitement of the traditional radio dramato the iPod generation.
Mophie Juice Pack Air THE iPod generation shows no sign of letting up and the iPod Touch is still selling in huge quantities, and remains the number one choice for music lovers.
After his overseeing of Matt Smith's glorious debut run as Doctor Who, I was dreading Steven Moffat's next gig - creating an ideal Holmes for the iPod generation - would fall flat on his deer-stalkered face.