Digital narcissism is a common phenomenon nowadays.


Social networkers upload a lot of photos, bravely opening to unknown people a door into their private life.


Who are those secret spectators who are given the opportunity to spy us over the Internet? How many of them are familiar to us in real life?

Who are all the rest?

Why are we so inhibited offline and so indiscreetly unfettered online?

We cannot even imagine how our photos can be used by other networkers.


For example, I've made a book.


All the photos included, were published by the doers, of their own free will and are included in so many “Crazy Funny Pics” collections that you can not even track the the original sources


Maybe this book gets someone thinking about the line between private and public lives online