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The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook
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The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook By Rishi Vala

The strengths & pitfalls of social media fame flipbook By Rishi Vala

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  • 1. The Strengths & Pitfallsof Social Media Fame Image by “Shaman42”By: Rishi Vala
  • 2. “In the 1990s, theline between fameand obscurity waseasy to find.”Image by Vinoth Chandar- Kate KnibbsSource: How Social Media has Changed what it means to be a Celebrity
  • 3. When you weregenerally famous forbeing an actor, a sportsstar, a politician, oreven a businessmagnate.Image by Kevin Dooley
  • 4. There were many pathsto fame, but the majorityinvolved networking,going through agents,access to large sums ofmoney, and mostimportantly…Image by Trey Ratcliffe
  • 5. Getting the BIG break.Image by Darthpedrius
  • 6. Image by Simon Steinberger
  • 7. A celebrity chosen by the people.Image by Mike Krzeszak
  • 8. Social media outlets such as Faceboook, Twitter, andYoutube have elevated people to levels of fame they’dNever Reach Before.Image by “Jerolek”
  • 9. For instance,Justin Bieberacquired hisclaim to famethrough postingvideosonYoutube.He isarguably thefirst“YoutubeSuperstar.”Image by Rob Campbell
  • 10. Unconventional celebrities have also carved a nichefor themselves by the power of their tweets or photos.Image by M. Trombone
  • 11. Megan Amram has become the writer for NBC’ssitcom Parks and Recreation.After graduating from Harvard she started a twitteraccount that was funny enough to achieve over90,000 followers.Image by Griffin TechnologySource: How Social Media has Changed what it means to be a Celebrity
  • 12. Even people who do not want to shine in thespotlight somehow find a way to become famous.Image by “Visualogist”
  • 13. “Platforms like Reddit played an important role infiltering unique momentsthat would have otherwise goneunnoticed.”- Christine EricksonImage by Thomas LeiserSource: 15 People Made Famous by the Internet in 2012
  • 14. Access to all this information atthe palm of your handraises the concern of onlineprivacy.Image by Amrit
  • 15. Some even go as far as stating,“Privacy is a has-been luxury, a relic of a bygone,unwired era.”- Cristen CongerImage by Thierry EhrmannSource: Is The Internet Destroying Privacy?
  • 16. “The mostdynamic culturalicons kept youwanting more bystaying slightlyout of reach.”- C. ClevelandImage by PhrontisSource: Is Social Media RuiningCelebrity Mystique?
  • 17. Amateur photographers and gossipers withsmartphones are emerging into the paparazziindustry by selling their smartphone-capturedphotos...Image by “Muha”
  • 18. And deflating thecost by spreadingthem freely over theinternet.Image by Eneas De Troya
  • 19. As of April 15, 2013,“On Instagram alone,there are 1,159photos tagged with– Kate KnibbsImage by “TimmyGUNZ”Source: How Social Media has Changed what it means to be a Celebrity#celebsighting, andmost of them captureunsuspecting celebritiesdoing normal stuff.”
  • 20. “Eventually, people will get immune to socialmedia driving this instant celebrity, instantrecognition, but for now it’s a novelty.” – AdamHanftImage by Robert Couse-BakerSource: Instant Celebrity: Just Add Social Media
  • 21. A society in which everything is recorded“will forever tether us to all our past actions,making it impossible, in practice, to escapethem” – Viktor Mayer-SchönbergerImage by Adam FosterSource: How Social Media can Cost your Job and your Reputatoin
  • 22. CreditsAll images are licensed under theCreative Commons Non-CommercialShare-Alike 3.0 agreement sourced fromFlickr & Wikipedia Commons

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