Publicity and the Culture of Celebritization

In this month’s “Rolling Stone,” the magazine published an article called “Kiki Kannibal: The Girl Who Played With Fire”. The article tells the story of a 14-year-old teen in Florida who used MySpace to create a digital persona that attracted a lot of attention. An insecure and awkward teenager, Kirsten used MySpace to perform a confident, sexy persona named Kiki, sharing artistic photos that reveal a lot of skin.
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Weatherproof: Stupid & Shameful

The Weatherproof Garment Company's Obama stunt is stupid and shameful, and it's an example of why nobody trusts advertising anymore. The fact that the ad industry doesn't come out against this sort of nonsense is proof that it has lost its way.

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