There are a handful of people on the planet who consistently turn out fantastic blog posts specifically about Generation X. They are relatively few in number – six at least, 12 at most. (Talk about niche blogging.) Here are three posts from three of them.
Joe Moody’s post about the quiet revolution of Generation X — the Internet. This is a fascinating little ride into Moody’s experience as a newspaper journalist and how the morning coffee and newspaper has become the morning coffee and laptop.
Dave Sohigian posts about Generation X deserving a spot on Guy Kawasaki’s Alltop; 7 myths about Generation X and a post about the Sarah Palin vs. David Letterman confrontation, No Jokes About My Kids.
Finally, Chris Curtin’s post, A Documentary for Gen X — Anvil: The Story of Anvil is what many Generation Xers I know really need to hear. LISTEN UP: “…We’ll only achieve our goals if we’re willing to participate (indeed, cherish) the struggle.”
If you’re reading this and thinking, “Hey! What about me! I wrote something great about Generation X, too!” (I’ve most likely already read it, but got sidetracked) send me an email with the link to jenx67[at]cox[dot]net or just leave a comment.