The Unfortunate Culture of Awesome – Forbes

The Unfortunate Culture of Awesome – Forbes:

Every day, that perfomance may be becoming more about creating the public versions of ourselves that we want to be, and less about sharing portraits of life. We are creating wittier, snappier, sometimes angrier, humblebraggier avatars. Everything is awesome.

[Crafting of public appearance is not exactly new… so what’s the problem here?]

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