290 pages ; 24 cm. "By definition, this generation - those born between the early sixties and late seventies - has no "hard edges". It is a generation based on formative experiences and pivotal events rather than specific birthdates.
290 pages ; 24 cm. Essentially, you are a Nexus if you first felt the effects of the computer chip and global media at some point during your formative years. This means you could have encountered a PC for the first time in university or mastered Pong (the first video game) at the age of seven.
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