There have been endless articles and think-pieces about San Francisco’s changing demographics and culture (which are representative of trends we’re seeing in other major cities). But do the numbers really back up the feeling we all have? Oh yeah. Pricenomics takes an interesting look at who’s moving in, who’s moving out, and what’s becoming of the city at the heart of the digital economy. “The basic trends are what any San Francisco resident might expect. The people moving in are more likely to have higher levels of formal education, and they tend to be younger, White and Asian. The people moving out are less likely to have completed college, and they tend be older, African American and Hispanic.”

+ FiveThirtyEight: This Year’s College Grads Are The Luckiest In A Decade. (I’m assuming this isn’t an article about presidential politics…)