The Washington Post
Rachel Siegel, Taylor Telford
– Oct 18, 8:00 AM
They work more hours each day than prior generations — but they also sleep more. They are more educated than earlier generations. And in their leisure time, they're more likely to socialize, such as through games, than their older peers.
If I told you about a piece of consumer electronics technology that: A billion+ people own and use every day Has changed those people and their world in some pretty radical and consequential ways Gets more important every year, but not much…