Antique Snark

A couple of months ago I wrote about the art exhibit on loan from Yale that spent some time here in Birmingham. The so-called “emerging behaviors” (snide snark) that we attribute to blogging and impersonal technology were on display even then, in the pamphlets that were indeed the blogs of their day.

I didn’t know they also had Angie’s List and Yelp.

Found by my friend David McElroy:

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  1. Ike Pigott says:

    Apparently, the "Bad Boy Behavior" of social media is nothing new at all |

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    The offline evidence of "online" behavior |

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