Personified Social Media

Social networks are being used to form cliques with distinct identities

Implications - Individuals are arranging themselves into various online "tribes." The social networks that they participate on actively are defining the type of person that they are and these niche networks are allowing them to connect with other like-minded individuals. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, etc. all have unique cultures and values.
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Social Media-Inspired Wardrobes - The 'b for bel' Outfits Will Match Your Online Profile
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Warm 10,312 Clicks Pub: Jul 17, 12
Social Media-Inspired Wardrobes
The 'b for bel' Outfits Will Match Your Online Profile
Society’s obsession with social media has now extended to the spaces within closets, thanks to the ‘b for bel’ outfits. This stunning collection of fashion-forward apparel pays... [More]
Personified Social Platform Videos - The Social Media Parody Video by Cracked is Accurately Depicted
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Average 1,154 Clicks Pub: Mar 19, 13
Personified Social Platform Videos
The Social Media Parody Video by Cracked is Accurately Depicted
While this Social Media Parody Video by Cracked may seem silly, it actually gives viewers an accurate representation of all the common social media platforms available on the market. This video... [More]
Real Life Emoticon Parodies - Comedienne Molly Mulshine Creates a Video Using Real Life Emoticons
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Average 1,150 Clicks Pub: Mar 6, 13
Real Life Emoticon Parodies
Comedienne Molly Mulshine Creates a Video Using Real Life Emoticons
Most of us have had our share of real life ‘lols’ when using emoticons in conversations, but comedienne Molly Mulshine has taken things a step further. The funny lady has created a video... [More]
Internet Diagnosis Parodies - The 'Doctor Web MD' Video Says That You Have Cancer
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Untested 1,563 Clicks Pub: Aug 11, 10
Internet Diagnosis Parodies
The 'Doctor Web MD' Video Says That You Have Cancer
The 'Doctor Web MD' parody video from College Humor is hilariously accurate. The premise of the video is essentially to make fun of all the people who use WebMD to diagnose their medical issues. The… [More]
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