What goes around comes around in the world of magazines*.
Six years ago, Time magazine hailed you, yes You, as the person of the year: “You control the information age. Welcome to your world.”
In circa 2013, it bemoans the “Me, Me, Me” generation addicted to phones, tabs and notebooks: “Millennials are lazy, entitled narcissists who still live with their parents.”
* Disclosures apply
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