Good morning, it’s March 23, a Wednesday. Here are today’s pins.
A new report by the American Public Transportation Association reveals that people who use ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft tend to use more public transit, as well. In fact, the study says, ride-sharing complements public transit. More on this to come.
A Millennial housing complex has been approved in the Atlanta area. The Peachtree Corners City Council recently approved a development that includes a 295-unit Millennial complex that includes a boat dock, pool, paddle boats, cyber cafe, dog park, retail stores and wine and spirits shop. I just hope they don’t actually call it a “cyber cafe.”
Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore wants Christians to stop “bashing” Millennials as entitled and lazy. Further, he says Millennials are more eager than other generations spread the Gospel in their daily lives. He’s right. Millennials have shown to be altruistic and charitable. It’s time for Christians to open their doors.
TomTom (the GPS manufacturer) released its annual survey of the most congested cities in the world. On top is Mexico City, followed by Bangkok, Istanbul, Rio De Janeiro and Moscow. In North America Mexico City is followed by Los Angeles, then San Francisco, Vancouver and New York. Seattle, San Jose, Honolulu, Toronto and Miami are next. Traffic isn’t a huge reason people move, but it’ll be interesting to track how much traffic remains in places like San Francisco, Seattle and San Jose (tech and Millennial heavy) over the next 10 years.
A new product in Kickstarter has quickly exceeded its established goal. The Edge Desk is a portable and ergonomic workspace that already has 705 backers. It seems to hit Millennial consumers who live in small apartments, work in smaller, crowded spaces, and take their work home.