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  • Aug 24, 2020

    This dude actually did it for a whole year.

    insider.com/man-livestreamed-life-bathroom-for-a-year-straight-michael-gerry-2020-8

    A lot of people don’t know tho. He only got like 6k subs on YouTube.

    But what if jake paul or frank ocean did it?

    Btw privacy is an outdated concept. 100% transparency the new wave.

  • Aug 24, 2020
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    Yes because kids and new generations are starting or have already begun basing their human value on likes and followers

    No longer do accomplishments matter if there aren’t large amounts of people to witness it.

  • Aug 24, 2020
    flackojodye

    Yes because kids and new generations are starting or have already begun basing their human value on likes and followers

    No longer do accomplishments matter if there aren’t large amounts of people to witness it.

  • Aug 24, 2020

    I’m sure someone will do it eventually at this point.

  • Aug 24, 2020
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    Vloggers already do this, especially family vloggers. But vlogging you WHOLE life is going to hard to do, especially when certain circumstances in your life might make it hard to film yourself.

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    The Truman Show

  • plants 🌻
    Aug 24, 2020
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    Social media already has the average person trying to perform their whole existence and the gig economy forces people to monetize their life. As far as I'm concerned it's already happening.

  • Aug 24, 2020
    yungcartier

    Vloggers already do this, especially family vloggers. But vlogging you WHOLE life is going to hard to do, especially when certain circumstances in your life might make it hard to film yourself.

    They exploit their children for money

    It’s so f***ed up especially once the child gets older and is angry about their lives being displayed publicly

  • Aug 24, 2020
    sace

    The Truman Show

  • Aug 24, 2020
    yungcartier

    Vloggers already do this, especially family vloggers. But vlogging you WHOLE life is going to hard to do, especially when certain circumstances in your life might make it hard to film yourself.

    Well the guy in OP actually did it for a whole year.

  • Aug 24, 2020
    sace

    The Truman Show

  • Aug 24, 2020
    sace

    The Truman Show

  • Aug 24, 2020
    sace

    The Truman Show

  • Aug 24, 2020
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    plants

    Social media already has the average person trying to perform their whole existence and the gig economy forces people to monetize their life. As far as I'm concerned it's already happening.

    I’m talking literally every second. And I say literally in the literal sense of the word. The dude in OP did that for a whole year. Bathroom breaks, jerking off and everything. The NSFW stuff is not on YouTube obviously but he still streamed that in other platforms.

  • Aug 24, 2020
    yungcartier

    Vloggers already do this, especially family vloggers. But vlogging you WHOLE life is going to hard to do, especially when certain circumstances in your life might make it hard to film yourself.

    Filming is not the same as streaming, since you can do some editing magic. But I get what you are saying

  • Aug 24, 2020
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    Damn capitalism STINKS

  • Aug 24, 2020

    I would never.

    I hardly even post on social media. It’s legit been years. Besides twitter

  • Aug 24, 2020

    LIVESTREAM YOUR LIFE

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    Op said privacy is an outdated concept like he’s an evil cyborg or some s***

  • plants 🌻
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    DVLPR

    I’m talking literally every second. And I say literally in the literal sense of the word. The dude in OP did that for a whole year. Bathroom breaks, jerking off and everything. The NSFW stuff is not on YouTube obviously but he still streamed that in other platforms.

    I just don't see a big difference between making every decision of your day based around trying to optimize yourself for social media compared to being on camera 24/7 I guess.

    Like it's already batshit insane to me that some people curate their whole existence for social media. From a normal life to that is a bigger leap than that to 24/7 Livestream imo.

    24/7 Livestream would actually be more humanizing compared to the weird endless highlight reel life some people try and display on sm.

  • Aug 24, 2020
    gnarlynasty

    Op said privacy is an outdated concept like he’s an evil cyborg or some s***

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    Imagine they livestream your birth and then that camera follows you for the rest of your life until you die