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Infographic: Selfie culture among generations

Nowadays selfie is daily bread for some of us either we take it ourselves or we see it passing by on our social media feeds. I stumbled across this interesting infographic about selfie.

The information is rather comprehensive; from the generations, sharing networks up to the pros and cons of selfie. Take a good look and decide which category you are in. And after knowing the good and the bad, are you going to proceed taking and sharing selfies?

Source: The One Spy

This is my latest selfie, carefully taken a month ago. I seldomly pose before my smartphone. However I have decided to proceed taking and sharing selfies on my Instagram account once or twice a month. To my followers there; you have been warned by yours truly.


14 thoughts on “Infographic: Selfie culture among generations

  1. Interesting–as a Gen Xer, I can’t get over the sense that selfies are vain and vapid. I’d rather take pictures of other people, or places, or things….

    • Too much taking selfie is indeed shallow and narcisstic. However I like to make selfie once or twice in a month to see how I change, how I grow old. And I don’t always share it online though. That is my excuse ๐Ÿ˜‰

      About photography; I love yo shoot food, architecture and landscape photography.

  2. sebelum baca artikel mbak yo ttg internet bahwa what goes online stays online saya hoby pajang pamer foto di FB. Skarang ga lagi. Mbak yo infonya berguna banget matursuwun.

  3. Makasih Mbak Yo. Sedihnya memang selfie bisa promote looks over brain. ๐Ÿ˜€
    Kudu cek satu-satu niih selfie yang pernah di unggah.. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Kalo sampe tiap hari selfie dan dishare di soc med itu menurutku berlebihan Dan ๐Ÿ™‚ Aku suka selfie sekali/dua per bulan untuk lihat perubahan wajah bagaimana prosesku menua.

      • Wah bener juga ya Mbak. Untuk melihat proses penuaan. Kenapa gak kepikiran ya sebelumnya. Makasih idenya Mbak Yo. ๐Ÿ™‚

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