If you remember a few years back, a couple of guys hit comic gold with site called “Stuff white people like.” The Atlantic put a fine point on the intended target of the satire, identifying “a very specific demographic sliver of left-leaning, city-dwelling white folk.” Hilarity ensued.
There’s another niche demographic of people ripe for satire. Let’s just call them, “social media people.” Social media people aren’t your typical Facebook user. They are the uber-networked, multi-platform using, perpetually connected, self-proclaimed experts / gurus / mavens / deities who may moonlight as a social media consultant and / or bloggers. Often idiosyncratic, sometimes pretentious and always opinionated: social media people are everywhere and they have certain “tendencies.” [Read more…]