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November, 2021

This Animal Feed brings you digital clothes, timely brand renames, a take on Betty Crocker, collective narcissism, and the anatomy of a TikTok hunk. If there had been social media in the 80s, would Georgie Dann have been a TikTok hunk? “Chi, chi chi chi, chi chi chi, chi chi chi. Chi, chi chi chi, chi chi chi, chi chi chi,” he said.

Five Companies With Horrible Reputations That Changed Their Names. Company messes up. Company loses public favor. Company comes up with a new name and branding. Mashable

People Are Buying Digital Clothes Because That’s a Thing Now. They’re like skins in games, except for real people. Vice

The Real Betty Crocker May Never Have Existed, but She Still Became a Symbol for American Women. The fictional character marks the evolution of domesticity in the United States. Smithsonian Magazine

What Collective Narcissism Does to Society. The Atlantic

Anatomy of a TikTok Hunk. The app is changing who gets to be a heartthrob. For Ben Awad, computer programmer, it’s been weird. Vox

EXTRA. Hyundai’s retro electric cars are the best you’ll see this year. Look to speak. Staring at screens is making your eyeballs elongateThe elephant who could be a person. Karl Lagerfeld’s personal furniture collection is to be auctioned off in December. Fifty percent of Facebook Messenger’s total voice traffic comes from Cambodia. Meet the Jeff Bezos of the international drug trade and the winners of the 2021 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.

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