Geeks, Geezers, and Googlization

“What is a generation?” asks Ira Wolfe in his new book Geeks, Geezers, and Googlization. “A generation is a group of people who are programmed by events they share in history while growing up… a common set of […] Continue Reading…

Changing Global Demographics: Christians and Muslims in the Middle East

“Across the Middle East, where Christianity was born and its followers once made up a sizable portion of the population, Christians are now tiny minorities,” writes Kristen Chick. “Driven by different factors — the search for better opportunities abroad, […] Continue Reading…

The College Admissions Wave: Will the Number of Students Keep Rising Forever?

We’ve written pages on the “College Admissions Wave” Today, we came across some new demographic data from the Pew Research Center.

It is no shock to anyone with college-aged children that college campuses are a lot more crowded these days. […] Continue Reading…

The Economics of Japan’s Naughty Old Men

You have to love the Japanese language — they have a word for pretty much everything.

A fine example is choiwaru oyaji — defined as a middle-aged man who is “slightly bad,” in a recent article.

Everyone knows the type: the […] Continue Reading…

The Iran Protests and Demographics

By now, everyone should be aware of the anti-regime protests taking place in Iran.   The country is experiencing unrest not seen since the 1979 Islamic revolution that deposed the Shah and brought the current regime to power.  The […] Continue Reading…