Friday, October 5, 2012

The Generation Z Kids

Did you know that four-fifths of British 5-year-olds go online? According to UK’s The Telegraph dated September 26, 2012, a study that polled 2,000 parents of children aged five to 15 by security firm McAfee showed that some 82 percent have access to a computer, smartphone, tablet or other way of getting online. Now I know!

The younger generation's ready take-up of the internet figure contrasts with UK official government statistics, which show that 71 percent of over-75 has never been online.

You may think that Malaysians are poles apart. Well, that is not true. Check out this Malaysian minor whose photos were taken just last Tuesday:

He is a member of Generation Z – also known as the iGeneration or the Net Generation.

Celtic snatched a dramatic 3-2 win over Spartak Moscow on Tuesday and ending an 11-year wait for their first away win in the group stages of Europe’s biggest stag, the UEFA Champions League.

Gary Hooper's deft touch (12) produced a nice goal for Celtic before tap-ins by Emmanuel Emenike (41, 48) put Spartak Moscow in front. Then Celtic levelled in the 72nd minute after a drive from substitute James Forrest (who had replaced Victor Wanyama) deflected in off Spartak captain Dmitri Kombarov and the Hoops triumphed when Georgios Samaras headed home Emilio Izaguirre's cross in the 90th minute.

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