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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