Chris Black is a New York City-based brand consultant and the founder of Done to Death Projects. His Twitter feed offers “high level cultural commentary” on current events, pop culture, music, fashion, and more. Black spoke with Marketplace Weekend about navigating social media, the narcissism of selfies, and the cringe-inducing act of rereading your own Twitter feed.
“I think a lot of people in social situations are preoccupied with this stuff. Young people especially. When you’ve grown up with the internet and grown up with an iPhone, it’s a very different mindset than someone like me or you,” Black says.
His forthcoming book: ‘I Know You Think You Know It All: Advice to Help You Stop Looking Like a Jerk in Public and Online’ is available for pre-order on Amazon.com.
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