“Zac is one of the first teenagers in the history of teenagers whose adult personality will be shaped by which apps he uses, how frequently he texts, and whether he’s on Facebook or Instagram or Twitter or Snapchat.” Meet Generation Screen. Popular Mechanics provides a glimpse into the lives of the first generation that doesn’t remember life before smartphones. (That life required real life social interactions, eye contact, and emotional intelligence. In other words, it was terrible.)

+ A recent study found that U.K. kids are increasingly credulous about things they read online, and many teens couldn’t tell the difference between search results and ads.

+ From Vice: I hired a Millennial life coach. (Win one for the hipster.)