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November 26, 2008 in Art, Blogging | 3 comments
Ze says this blogger is 12. His hedge, which I second: I will say that if this is some weird viral H&M marketing scheme, I will be very angry.
Phil Hodgen on November 26, 2008 at 7:58 pm
I have a 12 year old daughter who also loves all things fashion, including H & M.
All I can say is that the aesthetic sensibilities displayed on this website are about as far away as you can get from the average 12-year old girl’s.
I call BS.
Emil Sotirov on November 26, 2008 at 8:15 pm
The girl might simply be a good specimen of our extremely self-conscious, narcisistic, “access”-driven, status-driven, trends-driven culture.
In other words – a (self)-marketing scheme embodied.
Doc Searls on November 27, 2008 at 12:26 am
I hate to say I agree, Phil, but I do.
I hope for the girl’s sake that she’s being real.
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@profcarroll Why trust the purveyors of what you don't want to help you not want it, when they obviously have no interest in doing so?
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@Bitly: Dislike the new UI. Way too gimmicky and fancy. Also, what happened to j.mp? Gone or just hidden as an option?
@Ednever @realjohngatto If the kid wants to be an engineer and to learn what it takes. And castes are what IQ testing creates. Been there.
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@johnny_oman I'm sure that's what it said. I'm also sure all those scores are mistakes, since we are not numbers. :-)
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@Ednever @realjohngatto Different point. When it's used a priori to sort kids into castes, it's wrong.
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