It’s high school graduation season, and in light of the time of year, we released our “Best and Worst: Media Habits of the Class of 2014” post on Niche Ink, which received coverage from Buzzfeed, The Atlantic, Venture Beat, and Business Insider.
Plus, New York Times’ The Upshot tweeted about us, as did Katie Couric.
Daily media habits of US kids graduating high school now. http://t.co/KeFyqYWHRE pic.twitter.com/yti5rQ9eG8
— The Upshot (@UpshotNYT) June 18, 2014
In addition to this news, here’s what we read and talked about around the office this week:
- Not only did FiveThirtyEight‘s Search for America’s Best Burrito make us hungry, but their infographic presentation made us envious.
- Per this New York Times’ Op-Ed piece, would making the FAFSA shorter cause more students to apply?
- “The Recipe for Perfect Social Media Posts” illustrates how to make every tweet and Facebook status count.
Steve Case’s Rise of the Rest tour stops in Pittsburgh this Wednesday (6/25), and Niche CEO Luke Skurman will be on hand to mark the occasion. At the event, one of 10 Pittsburgh startups will be awarded $100,000. In addition to Rise of the Rest, Case will also be making a stop at Thrill Mill.