Back In the mid-'90s, Bill Teck got fed up with all the talk about Generation X. Between Douglas Coupland's book Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture and Richard Linklater's film Slacker, pop culture was failing to represent Teck's experience as a Latino living in Miami, surrounded by people from all over Latin America and the Caribbean. "It didn't resonate with my peer group," Teck says. "They were the first generation in the country and knew they must push things forward."
Jacqueline Carini Bill Teck (left) prepares to film an episode of Novela for generation-n.com.
And he came to a realization about his peers: "I don't think we're Gen X. We're Generation Ñ."More »