The biggest post-millennial hobby at the moment seems to be gadgets.
What does PoMi stand for?
PoMi stands for Post-Millennial
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of PoMi
We have 9 other meanings of PoMi in our Acronym Attic
- Proud of My Farmers Tan
- Pacific Orthopedic Medical Group, Inc.
- Peace of Mind Guaranteed
- Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital (Frankfort, MI)
- Piece of My Heart (song)
- Prescribing Observatory for Mental Health (UK)
- Peace of Mind Insurance
- Philadelphia Orchestra Media Institute (est. 1998; Philadelphia, PA)
- Pipe Organ MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) Interface
- Plans Operations Military Intelligence
- Principle of Measurement International
- Post Office Monthly Income Account (India)
- Portable Mine Neutralization System
- Pilot Ocean Model Intercomparison Project
- Physician's Office management and Medical Information Systems (POMIS)
- Port Moresby International School (Papua, New Guinea)
- Post Office Monthly Income Scheme
- Partial Order Methods in Verification (workshop)
- Pend Oreille Model Kit (model train)
- Peeing on Myself Laughing
Samples in periodicals archive:
Quite frankly, I wonder if Millennials (and maybe now post-Millennial children) may have a difficult time relating to much of what is in these essays, as attitudes toward unsupervised play and interaction with nature have changed in our society.
Within the themes of post-millennial politics, the political becomes personal, identities in motion, and when identities collide, they consider such topics as rhetorical apologia for indiscretions, the politics of joking about gay male identity, rural popular culture and its impact on lesbian identity, and queering marriage and family in the 2006 Colorado election.
Here she now looks at millennial and post-millennial work such as Blue Heart (1997), Far Away (2000) and A Number (2002).
examined the culture of blogging in Egypt from the advent of blogging in 2003 through 2009, using case studies to explain why activism became the blogs' dominant articulation and why citizen journalism emerged as a dominant form of post-millennial activism.
With 41 international artists, the tight, multimedia show (through September 30) enters into a post-millennial discussion of feminism, where men are also included and tested.
Moreover, it reaffirms the weighty contribution the band has made to the post-millennial British rock scene.