While you were tucked up in bed, Mieke slid into the world.
Go and say hello.
It appears I was simply born at the wrong time, sandwiched between the Baby Boomers and Generation Y.
I’ll have to find another way to take over the world. Time for Gen X’s to go underground and topple the younger mob.
Gen Y @ 30: charmed, tech savvy and ready to take over
GENERATION Y finally means business. They are far better educated and more globally aware and technologically savvy than any generation before them, and they are about to turn 30 this year. The oldest members of this privileged generation are poised to grab the management reins and revolutionise the workplace to suit themselves…
…The baby boomers love them – after all, they were the doting parents that raised them. And as the boomers’ extended reign in the workplace draws to an end, social and economic forecasters predict they are more likely to anoint gen Yers as their chosen successors over the unfortunate generation Xers who have been politely waiting their turn.
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Just like you to know, that it has taken two weeks of almost daily sessions, but my gmail inbox is now officially empty and aorting is occuring daily as the mail arrives. Life is generally now better overall thanks to the Adams’ AEA101 (Art of Email Archiving).
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