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QuoteOne comes in the form of NewNew, a start-up in Los Angeles, that describes its product as creating a "human stock market." On the app, fans pay to vote in polls to control some of a creator's day-to-day decisions.For example, a creator can use NewNew to post a poll asking which sweater they should wear today, or who they should hang out with and where they should go. Fans purchase voting power on NewNew's platform to participate in the polls, and with enough voting power, they get to watch their favorite influencer live out their wishes, like a real life choose-your-own-adventure game."Creators are burning out, but their fans want more and more," said Jen Lee, 25, the founder of a popular creator economy community on Discord. "By monetizing each aspect of their life, they can extract value from everyday interactions."Courtne Smith, the founder and chief executive of NewNew, said the company was "similar to the stock market" in that "you can buy shares, which are essentially votes, to be able to control a certain level of a person's life.""We're building an economy of attention where you purchase moments in other people's lives, and we take it a step further by allowing and enabling people to control those moments," she said.
QuoteWhile the beta test is still invite-only for creators, Ms. Smith hopes that eventually everyone — from celebrities to average people — will be able to leverage it to monetize their lives."Sure, it's fun to control a famous influencer or celebrity, but it's honestly just as entertaining to control someone you go to school with, or your boyfriend's ex-girlfriend, or an author planning their next sci-fi novel, or a beauty founder creating their next makeup palette," she said. "It doesn't matter how boring you think you are, there's someone out there who would find your life interesting to the point that they're willing to pay."
QuoteQuote"Sure, it's fun to control a famous influencer or celebrity, but it's honestly just as entertaining to control someone you go to school with, or your boyfriend's ex-girlfriend,
Quote"Sure, it's fun to control a famous influencer or celebrity, but it's honestly just as entertaining to control someone you go to school with, or your boyfriend's ex-girlfriend,
Quote from: VCRClock on April 15, 2021, 11:29:54 PMwelp i guess we're approaching an internet where instead of having to finding organically gross, trashy and attention-starved people to gawk at, we'll be able to groom the attention-starved, and desperate poor people, into being full-time CringeStars, making decisions even a fool wouldn't make because they're obligated to provide ROI to their "shareholders"
Quote from: PhantomCatClock on April 27, 2021, 11:24:58 PMbig deal. i used that to put YourName in old flashes. where's my patent?
QuoteWe report the first outbreak of a new type of mass sociogenic illness (MSI) that in contrast to all previously reported episodes is spread solely via social media. Accordingly, we suggest the more specific term "mass social media-induced illness" (MSMI).In Germany, current outbreak of MSMI is initiated by a "virtual" index case, who is the second most successful YouTube creator in Germany and enjoys enormous popularity among young people. Affected teenagers present with similar or identical functional "Tourette-like" behaviours, which can be clearly differentiated from tics in Tourette syndrome.Functional "Tourette-like" symptoms can be regarded as the "modern" form of the well-known motor variant of MSI. Moreover, they can be viewed as the 21th century expression of a culture-bound stress reaction of our post-modern society emphasizing the uniqueness of individuals and valuing their alleged exceptionality, thus promoting attention-seeking behaviours and aggravating the permanent identity crisis of modern man. We wish to raise awareness of the current global "Tourette-like" MSMI outbreak. A large number of young people across different countries are affected, with considerable impact on health care systems and society as a whole, since spread via social media is no longer restricted to specific locations such as local communities or school environments.spread via social media is no longer restricted to specific locations such as schools or towns.
Quote from: Slurpee on September 09, 2021, 01:16:13 AMexcuse me?