Despite the ways that our on- and off-line lives have merged and melded, there exist gaps between the kinds of public dialogue, relationships and spaces we inhabit online and off. Privacy and connectivity are negotiated differently in both of these ‘worlds’. Even though we talk about online activities as part of our broader public lives, in fact, online privacy, friendships and relations have redefined how we think about 'meat space.' I Love the Internet and the Internet Loves Me discharges my public-private relationships on Facebook out into the 'real world.' Jamie Allen’s social network feed is personified by a digital town-crier, reading the friendships, news items and indiscretions of an online life into the open air.

Thanks, as always to the original Bad Boy, Bernhard Garninig (acgunsdcroses.com/)

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