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Oct 5, 2013 | 10:46 PM EDT
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"The Social Media Generation"

This is an adaptation from the original comic "Marc Maron: The social media generation" by Zen Pencils.

The script used in that comic is a quote from Marc Maron's book "Attempting Normal".

This animation is also available on youtube in HD.

Enjoy! :)



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

we as humans seek attention. what is the issue? of course you posted this video for attention. is it an awful thing that we can take a break from life and have a good laugh on twitter?

well animated however


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Couldnt be closer to the truth man - nice job.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's an interesting subject and you could be true.

I only post a few times a year something on Facebook but damn i need those likes than. Evryone knows people that post there total (useless) life on Facebook, i'm always thinking about those people that they need attention and don't have self asteem. I'm guessing you think quit the same.

Also i think Facebook and Twitter is bad for children because they miss social experience.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

the message is simply awesome. The colors and sounds of the animation also gives a depressing dark feeling. Awesome

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Come on, guys. I can't be the only person giving this video a negative review. This is one of the most one-sidedly cynical videos I've ever seen, and it seems like it was conceptualized by paranoid people as well.

While it's true that MOST people use Facebook-- and NEARLY ALL people use Twitter-- for uninformative attention, to assume that everyone does this is extremely cynical. I hate the atmosphere of this video, treating social networking as a monochrome dystopia where everything is frightening and bland.

For some people, Facebook is the opposite of what you say. Some of us WANT to hear what other people say, WANT to keep up with other people, and enjoy subscriptions of and updates of information from various feeds, ranging from a contest put out by the creators of Batman: The Animated Series to new information from political-moral pillars like

Just because YOU don't use Facebook for anything useful or bonding and YOU don't have any friends who do, does NOT mean that nobody does. Facebook is, when all is said and done, a good tool used stupidly by many, just like a can of spray paint.

The drama in this video really bothers me. I mean, it's one thing to ask IF social networking sites provide anything valuable and lead up to the conclusion that they don't with science, reasoning, and statistics; but it's another thing entirely to take us through this slow, dramatic, dystopian walk that implies that its statements and questions are facts that we all must face.

Seriously, you're not doing ENOUGH thinking. Lighten up a bit and weigh both sides.