September 5, 2013

Look Who's Tweeting

You guys, barely famous people are tweeting in the voice of their newborn kids, and New York Magazine is on it.

"These are the tools that I didn't have growing up. It's important to have your dot-com for your entire life. It's part of your brand," he said. "When do you become a brand? Some people say it's for people who achieved something. I would argue that in some sense you become a brand the second you're born."

Media Elite [sic] Making Twitter Accounts For Children [nymag]
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