Stefano Zulian in Publishers & Bloggers, Writers, Bloggers Jul 30, 2019 · 1 min read · +100

WE ARE ALL "PUBLIC FIGURE", AT LEAST IN VIRTUAL, THE IMPORTANT IS TO BE CONVINCED.

On Instagram the concept of notoriety is very relative; there are those who buy the world of followers, those who buy likes and those who are present in groups Telegram used to show off comments under the posts (this pathetic and sad trick I discovered a short time ago), people gathering on Telegram or others free chat  and to every post that it publishes it warns participants in a timely manner so that they go to comment on everyone, all together, like locusts in a cornfield.

One thing unworthy and exhilarating at the same time, you see comments mostly all the same, there are those who don't skimp in emoticons, those who give completely random or out-of-context compliments, others instead just put generic words like #Amazing, #Top or #Cool.

The truth is that we live in a world where ambitions are now continually frustrated, where everyone is competing with anyone to show (even what one does not have or one is not) but does not prove; on social media, a sort of social redemption is sought, everyone must be seen at their best even when in the photo of a post you see a Venus coming out of the water but in reality you meet Topo Gigio.


At this point it is right that even the simple housewife of Voghera, who knows how to cook, can call herself a "star chef", who sings in the shower should appeal to "Rock star world", who knows how to mend the hole in the sock would be right to describe himself as a "stylist", who has a blog (and I repeat that a blog is a site with photographic and editorial content, not a simple Instagram profile) and then writes, edits photos and creates content, could put "writer, Strega Award 2019, literate!"

https://touchofclassimage.com/blog-touchofclass/siamo-tutti-personaggio-pubblico-instagram?locale=en_us


WE ARE ALL "PUBLIC FIGURE", AT LEAST IN VIRTUAL, THE IMPORTANT IS TO BE CONVINCED.