OK, I'm going to try to go for no typos or misspellings in this post, unlike yesterday's post. BTW thanks for that, TypePad spell check. Blow me.
There has been some top-flight analysis of Howard County's population demographics, both in terms of age groups and generations (and if you thought the two were the same, then you need a check up from the neck up) going on in the local blogosphere. And it has not been on these pages. Rather, it has been found on Columbia Compass.
These wonderful analyses of US Census data affecting Howard County can be found here and here. The first page breaks down Howard County's population demographics by age group. The second page, by generation.
More is promised by Columbia Compass guy on this and I can't wait. I'll leave it to you, gentle reader, to read the posts, but the next post promises to draw parallels between the increasing presence of certain generations in Howard County with the housing choices currently available, and that might be made available in the future, in Howard County.
Not sure if this is possible, but I'd also like to see this analysis cut across ethic categories as well. Especially in the light of the last twenty years or so, where the Asian and Hispanic/Latino populations in the HoCo have skyrocketed.
This is tremendous work by Columbia Compass guy and he is to be commended. It should be every blog reader's sworn duty to read these two posts, as well as future ones on the Compass on this important topic. Huzzah, sir, huzzah!!!