The Next Great Generation, commonly known as TNGG, is an online magazine written by the up-and-coming generation of journalists and bloggers. This is an experiment in crowdsourced journalism, a mixture of blogging, opinions, and commentary on our lives and the world around us.
We straddle the line between “I love the ’80s” and the digital revolution. We are the children of the Baby Boomers. We are not afraid to say what we think.
Our community has three main goals:
- Give the up-and-coming generation a platform where they can share and develop their voice.
- Uncover greater truths about our generation as a whole: how we feel, care, want, create, spend, love.
- Promote new ideas and awesome talent, paving the way for innovation in media in the 21st century.
If you’re a member of this generation and have something to say, please join us! The first step to becoming a TNGG writer is to fill out the Join Form.
If you’re a member of another generation and have questions, requests, and ideas for what you’d like us to write about, or have any feedback whatsoever, feel free to email Hiroki Murakami at hnmurakami [at] gmail [dot] com.
Editor in Chief Alex Pearlman
Community Manager Hiroki Murakami
TNGG Boston Editor Angela Stefano
Meghan Ross – Technology
Alejandro Gomez – Pop Culture and Arts
Lexis Galloway – Current Events
Angela Diaco - Business
Renee Mitson - Lifestyle
Design Kristina Loycano
Technical Advisor Forrest Frazier*
Concept/Incubator Edward Boches*
* over 30 years old, but part of the project
Note: It’s important that we point out none of the content here, at times questionable and to some even objectionable, reflects the beliefs or values of either The Boston Globe, Boston.com, Mullen or Edward Boches, who incubated the site in support of the next great generation. Any content found on TNGG or TNGG Boston represents the opinion only of its author.