There’s a new book out by Hal Niedzviecki called The Peep Diaries: How We’re Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors.
A never-ending spectacle of bodies and souls are baring everything for entertainment, self-betterment, and fame – think Reality TV, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and more.
Pop culture has become Peep Culture where we’ve traded privacy for notoriety and reinvented mass culture. But what does it all mean and how is it changing us?
We have entered the age of Peep Culture: a tell-all, show-all, know-all digital phenomenon that is dramatically altering notions of privacy, individuality, security and even humanity.
“What does it take to get somebody to tell you their secret?” Watch Hal attempt to answer this question at BookExpo America in a clip by the filmmakers of the new documentary “Peep Me”.
The Peep Diaries