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Storybound

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

"Making marlow stomach flip like she was the falling thing. Her maps shifted streaking past hundreds of her neighbors symbols in a blur. And brought her down again in Denver. I dissemble the Red Stiletto that had always depressed marlow. Hovered over the city. There she was proudly gone in the state of. Marlow had to zoom out to remind herself what State Denver was in. Colorado. Marlow pictured IDA, on a purple flowered. Mountain. Sneezing. The Black Gem at her wrist nicked her gently. I have a message from production came the voice in her brain. I should return to an on camera space. I have now been off camera five minutes. I have lost seventy eight followers during this off camera time. Marlow watched herself blushed with Gil in the mirror. It was as if the network knew what she was thinking about just then what it would be like for her to leave to. I have lost eighty nine followers during this off camera time the voice followed up to. Eighty nine followers was nothing marlowe average an audience of over twelve million. And that was why IDA could run. She thought and get away with it whereas she wouldn't. Ida had what? One one point five, million followers hardly a fan favourite especially after she transitioned from the party. Girl Ensemble to standard housewife arc. She didn't even have a sponsor. Marlow by contrast was the most looked at woman in the room presented by a MARCI partner hysterical. Her followers the WHO observed every move she made were spread across the rest of America and various races and age groups. But they had in common was that they were troubled. This was how the network marketed her as the poster child for troubled The Constellation. Star who got what they were going through. The network mind public data looking for adults whose devices clocked too much crying or eating. For kids whose heartbeat searched panicked levels during gym class. Meet Marlo went the AD. The network would beam straight to their devices. She knows just how you feel. The sad people. Glad to be talked to would opt right in and start watching her. would see she moved through her days with buoyant normalcy. And they would be reminded every so often that his sterile had made her this way. It was Jacqueline's job to show America what they could buy to keep them. Happy. It was Marlins job to show them what to swallow. She called herself at the sink willed the readiness to fade from her cheeks. I should return to an on camera space. Marlins hair was bent and snarled where she had pulled out the bow. She does the class back in even tighter this time. And went back.

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

06:02 min | 10 months ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

"Ida slumped opposite her on the Daisy Pattern club chair droning on early. Marlou had once liked being across from. Ida back when the woman was a body sloppy drunk but these days items sober and a stay at home mom and she spent most of Jacqueline's parties performing small dramas about her allergies. Marlow had seen AIEDA walk around an adamant like it was a landmine sniffling Oh God is that Mohair. Routinely flung herself across the room to close a window whining, sorry pollen I have to. Once, failing to detect IDA's allergy profile from her device a server bat had extended a tray of shrimp cocktail her way. Ida had gone to city hall. The next week made a twenty minute speech about her hives. And insisted that the network decommission and dismember. MARLA recalled with a scandalized chill. The offending machine but tonight. Ida was missing. Recast without explanation, a new girl olive skinned and sleek formidably cheekbones with bronze lipstick and black hair parted into pigtails braids. Sat in IDA's chair with her bare feet pulled up under her like she had been here forever. Marla Jacqueline who stood in the center of the thick sand colored carpet holding up something called a scrunchy. At these parties Jacqueline push things that according to her invites changed her life. At gadgets soothes ugly quilted handbags. Marlow new new that none of these things had really changed Jacqueline's life. The network chose the items based on sponsorship agreements. Then Jacqueline through parties where she raised them up and gushed about them to her dozen in-person guests and her roughly nine point, nine million followers plus all of her guests followers to. The items the network chose reflected Jacqueline's core audience. Demo. Married Mothers across America Age Twenty eight to forty four who tuned in while folding laundry around nine pm on weeknights. Though, Jacqueline fits squarely in with her followers. She was thirty eight with two daughters. She was always embarrassed when someone mentioned her demel. It makes me feel so old and boring she told Marlow once. It's better than mine marlow had said. No one would argue with that. Where's IDA marlow call to Jacqueline raising her voice above the scrunchy induced. oohs and aahs. Jacqueline ignored her she pushed the scrunchy onto her wrist and waved her hand around for all to see. And it's super cute is a bracelet she said. Jack. Marlowe repeated is on vacation. The end of her sentenced slipped under the clatter of something breaking on the ground. The women turned to see a server Bot. Bent over the shards of a wine glass. marlow watched the lillies in the coffee table vase twist in the same direction. They're scarlet pistols stretching train their tiny cameras on the action. She could swear the bought had dropped the glass to drown out the sound of his name. When she looked back jacqueline her friend not at once and Dabbed Lips. It was their signal for tell you off camera. An hour later is marlow past the powder on Jacqueline's arm shot out of it and pulled her inside. Ida's gone. She said as she pulls the door shut. Gone. Marlow saw herself in the mirror. One of Jacqueline's hair drowns. It's silver talents clanking near her ear. Had Pen to ridiculous Silvo arete into her dark waves. Yup Jacqueline said just up and left Mike and the kids blue right through the perimeter left the fucking state. She walked her fingers on an invisible path through the air. Check your map. She's in Denver. And for God's sake, Marlow don't mention her on camera again. The. What about her contract Marlow said I thought she and Mike redoing the whole on the rocks thing this year. She unlatched her Beretta massaged her scalp ignoring Jacqueline's puffed breath of protests. They didn't even stage a hunt for her supposedly Jacqueline said adjusting the Pearl. Komen. Her temple she sucked her cheeks in glared at herself in the glass. How should he would that feel? It's like they don't even care. She's gone. I honestly think the network was glad to get the chance to southern that new girl diversity and all. Jacqueline marlow spoken affirm voice this was something she had been trying to do more than she turned thirty five age felt to her like a cosmic deadline for being strong and self possessed complete. Hunts aren't real. She said. He certainly are jacqueline returned and tell him that trump hers effortlessly and Marlow. Let it go. Jacqueline was an incorrigible now at all it was Marlowe loved most about her. Her Friends Brazen Authority always made her feel safe. Jacqueline's is floated away for a moment. She nodded but not at Marlow. Her device was telling her something. GotTa get back out there. She said talk later. Alone in the bathroom, Marlow twiddle the twigs in the diffuser. And closed her eyes find IDA. Stanley she intuited. In her mind's eye. California's shrank.

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

"Marlow looked at. Ellis sleeping stomach down beside her she couldn't ask him if he thought her armpits were fat. To bring it up on camera would be to acknowledge the followers comment to acknowledge the existence of followers at all. This was against employee policy. which was a total farce. Of course, her followers knew she knew they were watching. They knew she could see them talking about her. But the fact that she and the other talent never let on that they pretended to be living. This was what her followers wanted. they like to feel like voyagers they didn't want to be looked in the eye. And so as her contract stated. The Constellation Network has zero tolerance policy on spell breaking. She got up and padded across the bedroom listening to the faint saw of the cameras in the ship lap walls bruce sliding on their tracks to follow her. The writers have been editing her closet again marlow saw when she pulled its doors open. Yesterday as the day stretched empty before her marlow had reclined in her backyard Cabana. Eyelids close behind her sunglasses. And intuited lazily. Vintage. Fashion Images. The browsing obsession, the obsession turned into a wardrobe request that was filled within the hour. As marlowe sat cross-legged in her Sarong on the Doug. Gray cushion. Eating Spinach Salad with strawberries. A drone descended from the sky and landed on the deck. It unfurled its arms to release a metal bar hung the clothes she had asked for. Genes with the knees cat clawed out. Shelterless blouses that billowed in the breeze as they settled down in front of her. When she put everything on Marlo grinded herself in the mirror feeling like a twenty teens pinup. But then she saw her dashboard probably with feedback. Those pants just made me second guess being on the same Med sir someone wrote. That night as she lay in bed. Milo heard the overnight drone making more noise than usual. After it cleaned and filed the dishes after fold the blankets she and LS. Left slopped on the couches ambled to bed. She heard the drown pushing its way into her closet clattering around. Sure enough this morning, all her vintage looks were gone. Now. She pulled on the lime-colored Hoodie and matching leggings off a hanger if the network cared so much about what she wore, let them green screen it in themselves. Such a bold floral on that card again but she's pulling it off when the follower comment that appeared a moment later clicking to by. Marlow fought the gag that rose inside her at the phrase. Bold floral. She swore someone in Wardrobe. had it out for her? On the other hand she thought as she went into the kitchen and open the fridge, she had a guardian Angel and craft services. Science had definitively linked caffeine to anxiety recently, and the network had immediately freaked about the optics of Marlow consuming it. But someone in crafty had come to the rescue developing a coffee just for her that could be died to look like cold press juice. Now marlow and capped plastic bottle with a label that read carrot apple. took a sip of cotta colored liquid. And tasted the bitter cool of is just wrestle. The sensation loosened her instantly her shoulders retreated downward her heart rose her face relaxed. She could sense herself having an attractive moment and as if on cue she heard a muted snap. The camera in the brass knob on a cabinet door across from her had detected and captured a still image. Perfect. The hysterical add that would be patched onto the corner of her live feed in marlow counted three to. Does always looks so content though someone piped up on her dashboard next time, they do a promo code for sterile and they give it a shot..

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Storybound

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Bad On Paper

Bad On Paper

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Bad On Paper

"Victims are treated and sexual assault in general. I've heard it's fantastic from everyone. I know who's read it and I've also heard that she's an incredible writer. Yes and her. INSTAGRAM is great too. I just started following. She's an artist. I I didn't know that yeah. She's really talented everything. She does the other thing. I started reading again thinking that it might be a march book. This is why we have to have this like longer longer. Lead time so we can really vet these books for you. Guys is the Glass Hotel by Um who are at Emily's Saint John Mando yes she also wrote station eleven which I haven't read so everyone's everyone's damning me being like. Is it as good station. Eleven I don't know I think it's really different than station. Eleven because station eleven is like a post apocalyptic world and it's about like a theater troupe after like the world is a wasteland. Oh no this is way different. This is I'm about only fifty percent through at Leeds leads with a woman jumping off of a boat in disappearing and then I'm right. There is this whole Ponzi scheme element to it goes back and forth through time so it's like a little it tricky to follow at times. It's really well right. And she's a very talented writer. I am not sure where I stand on it. Like I'M NOT GONNA put it down but I'm also like whereas this going so I think I need more time before I can give you an opinion on it okay. But we only got one copy to share. Usually publishers will send us two copies. They were out of copies. So I prioritize. Take the Psychic Evans back afterwards. Whenever we are on email chains with publishers and we ask for two copies I always think of that that scene in the double wears Prada where it's like? You want my twins to share. Yeah well it's wins don't share. We also like to read the same book of the same time to talk about it. And so but the other thing all I wanna read right now as you are not alone my book of the month book. Oh Yeah and Like literally like it's burning. I like I like I. I don't rush through the Glass Hotel but like I wanna be reading a thriller okay. I haven't read a thriller in a while while if you are looking for a book to read our February Book Club pick is awesome it's followers by Megan Angelo. So good so good. So it's told to timeline so the first time line line is in a pretty realistic dystopia in future. Where influencers all live in a gated community and our broadcasting their life twenty four seven all of the Truman show? Yeah Yeah and then the second time line is in the past and twenty fifteen and it's these two up and coming struggling twentysomethings and New York. Who are trying to make it? And they end up getting a reality show about their lives. and you find out how they're intertwined it's really soapy and entertaining and readable. But I also think it is going to be such a good discussion. Because of the satirical take on influence or culture and PRIVAC- see and like media consumption so. I'm really excited superfund. I think that the episode is going to be a good one because there's so much talk about totally totally. I think it'd be great if you're looking for something to read with Your Ira Book Club. Yes so we're going to be discussing that the last Wednesday of the month and two weeks so pick it up and if you'd like more bad on paper come talk to us in our facebook group Follow us on instagram. at-bat on paper PODCAST. I'm on Instagram at Beckham Freeman. I'm on instagram. Grace Atwood and my blog is striped dot com. I post there six days a week the next week yeah..

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With us right here on this talk radio well Megan Angelo is with this today in her writing has appeared in publications like The New York Times where she helped launch launch city comedy coverage glamour wish she was a contributing editor and write a column on women in television and L. where she has written about everything to N. N. R. H. TV and her new book is out and it's a brilliant title it's called followers some some things aren't meant to be shared and it's getting rave are in re reviews Publishers Weekly I mean this is really getting bugs all over the place and I'm so thrilled to have you with us today Megan as a young social media guru this book obviously is about social media followers my question to you is where are we in this social media world what is happening give us the latest on how serious a problem we have in this country and how crazy it is because I don't I don't think many of us older baby boomers I understand this frantic need for younger people to be on social media the way that they are yeah well I think I have an interesting perspective on it because I'm thirty five so I'm technically a millennial but I can remember life before all of this stuff and what I see is that you know I don't I don't really know if it's a problem or if it's just something we have to adjust to buy it I think the thing that really puts people back on their heels about social media is that it's taken over so many different areas of industry at once it's taken over entertainment it's taken over marketing it's taking over communication and journalism and now we're all kind of scrambling to think how can we re package all of these traditional things for a generation that is used to consuming them in the social media style of little bites of things and drawing and scrolling so it's a huge challenge right I was at an airport where the the flight was delayed and delayed and delayed and there were these two giggly tweens that there are you did not get off their devices for one second not one second eating looking out the devices I mean I was like so fascinated by their behavior giggling and laughing not to get to each other but while on their devices yeah I mean there's a lot of stuff out there about how especially for teenagers a life social life has changed so much that some of them have to be pushed to get their driver's license or that you know they're staying home and and talking to each other the official media rather than being together in person I don't know it it's almost so overwhelming that I try to think of ways around pearl clutching over at like does it just looks so unfamiliar to us because we grew up in a different way or is it actually this really insidious thing and I don't know if we know yet because if you think about it phones and social media are still so new that we don't actually know the effects of what happens when you grow up on them and that's what I was trying to mention in the book yes yes so the the the book that we're talking about is your your debut novel which is getting rave reviews followers so make it I just our report where mothers if there babies I'm not talking toddlers I'm talking babies devices to quiet them and they don't even want your pacifiers they had a choice between the past a fire on the tablet and they went for the chocolate they went for the for the devices and then when one of the women said could you please can you please take this can we can you give them give me your your arm tablet and she and she shook her head now she probably couldn't even talk and when they took it away she she starts to cry in front yeah I mean a lot I have three kids under five so I my goodness you know more than anyone and you know it's really a tough one rightly I personally I'll just tell you for me I'm not big on the iPad I will let the the ones who are three inside occasionally play game but I will say just my personal campaign I have dug in on these kind of old fashioned points for like I will not do it in a restaurant I will not do it started mollify them I won't let them have it for a long stretch of that need you know I can I but then other times I think why am I torturing myself in this restaurant I see that family over there and you know that mother and son really nice meal well I'm over here struggling with like wooden toys and coloring books and you know snacks that are getting thrown to the floor and I think I wonder you know looking back with my parents have used it if it was available to them again there are some there's some things out there to suggest that as you know in some time on the I've had went when they're engaging with educational activity can actually be good for them but we don't know we just don't know and so I think it's jarring to be it suddenly everywhere it is and then when you did work for and glamour and you did your your column in for L. you were very much an observer in the reality of what this is all happening and is that how the book followers came to be yeah I mean I you know I grew up thinking that I wanted to write for Vanity Fair magazine and I didn't understand you know I was I was coming of age right on the package all of the staff with technology service overtaking traditional media I didn't understand how much of my jobs when I grew up what's gonna be about having a social media presence and presents and writing for the web and then all the sudden very quickly in my twenties I was thrust into this world where I had to do all the things that I hadn't imagined being part of you like I used to blog for the little tiny right on AOL and I would just be writing the news of the day that people would comment was horrible things and troll me and send mean nasty emails and then I sort of graduated into better parts of the internet where I was writing about celebrity there's some of the thing some of these things start as perpetrate all levels of the internet now doesn't matter if you just have a personal blog or Twitter or if you're writing at the highest levels people can find you and be really nasty and also the sausage kind of gets me the same way at every level these are the ways people become famous now it's a step by step process and even when I was working for a brand of fifteen to glamour or The New York Times how much of a profile a subject had on the internet on social media had to do with how worthy they were of coverage you know if they had a big Instagram Holland and we were more likely to say okay you know we'll do this article because they'll close it and that will drive more traffic backed up so when I sat down yeah I thought you know yeah I was like I know a lot of people feel like they are barraged with tabloid headlines all the time but they don't know exactly how this gets done so that's sort of where the story began I love that I love that that was the premise of the story we don't have a whole lot of time no problem followers has two timelines twenty fifteen and twenty fifty one and twenty fifteen it's about two girls trying to get Instagram famous and in twenty fifty one it's about a woman who was born in fame and a third of the future black mir version of the Kim Kardashian she's on camera twenty four seven and as you read the book you're trying to figure out how all of these women are connected and what happens to America in between the two time line that makes it look so different in the future how fascinating absolutely rating I love this this is great what's seen the website how can people find out more about followers and all those good things so they can buy followers wherever books are sold hopefully their favorite independent bookstore and my website is Megan Angelo dot com and I'm on Twitter and Instagram at Megan Angela dot com and I'm basically the world's biggest technocrat because I'm on my social media all the time promoting my book about the I love that that's awesome thank you so much for being with us but but real quickly followers some things aren't meant to be shared and are you are you like blown away by the amazing reviews you're getting it's been really really nice I keep waiting for that state plan because I feel yeah yeah keep it locked but.

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"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You yes to going brings an amazing eclectic mix their way out right one of the reasons she's the loyal fans just never know what's going to happen so for your and welcome it is so nice to have you with us right here on his top radio well Megan Angelo is with us today in her writing has appeared in publications like The New York Times where she helped launch launch city comedy coverage glamour wish she was a contributing editor and wrote a column on women in television and L. where she has written about everything do you and and our age TV and her new book is out and it's a brilliant title it's called followers some some things aren't meant to be shared and it's getting rave are in rave reviews Publishers Weekly I mean this is really getting bugs all over the place and I'm so thrilled to have you with us today Megan as a young social media guru this book obviously is about social media followers my question to you is where are we in this social media world what is happening give us the latest on how serious a problem we have in this country and how crazy it is because I don't I don't think many of us older baby boomers I understand this frantic need for younger people to be on social media the way that they are yeah well I think I have an interesting perspective on it because I'm thirty five so I'm technically a millennial but I can remember life before all of this stuff and what I see that you know I don't I don't really know if it's a problem or if it's just something we have to adjust to buy it I think the thing that really puts people back on their heels about social media is that it's taken over so many different as the industry at once it's taken over entertainment it's taken over marketing it's taking over communication and journalism and now we're all kind of scrambling to think how can we re package all of these traditional thing for a generation that is used to consume in in the social media style of little bites of thing growing and growing so it's a huge challenge right I was at an airport where the the flight was delayed and delayed and delayed and there were these two giggly tweens that there are you did not get off their devices for one second not one second eating looking out the devices I mean I was like so fascinated by their behavior giggling and laughing not to get to each other but while on their devices yeah I mean there's a lot of stuff out there about how especially for teenagers a life social life has changed so much that some of them have to be pushed to get their driver's license or that you know they're staying home and and talking to each other the official media rather than being together in person I don't know it it's almost so overwhelming that I try to think of ways around pearl clutching over at like does it just looks so unfamiliar to us because we grew up in a different way or is it actually this really insidious thing and I don't know if we know yet because if you think about it phones and social media are still so new that we don't actually know the effects of what happens when you grow up on them and that's what I was trying to mention in the book yes yes so the the the book that we're talking about is your your debut novel which is getting rave reviews followers should make it I just our report where mothers give their babies I'm not talking toddlers I'm talking babies devices to quiet them and they don't even want your pacifiers they had a choice between the past a fire on the tablet and they went for the tablets they went for the for the devices and then when one of the women said could you please can you please take this can we can you give them give me your your tablet and she and she shook her head now she probably couldn't even talk and when they took it away she she starts to cry in front yeah I mean a lot I have three kids under five so I my goodness you know more than anyone and you know it's really a tough one rightly I personally I'll just tell you for me I'm not big on the iPad I will let the the ones who are three and five occasionally play game but I will say is my personal campaign I have dug in on these kind of old fashioned points were like I will not do it in a restaurant I will not do it sort of mollify them I won't let them have it for a long stretch of that need you know I can I but then other times I think why am I torturing myself in this restaurant I see that family over there and you know that mother and son really nice meal well I'm over here struggling with like wooden toys and coloring books and you know snacks that are getting thrown to the floor and I think I wonder you know looking back with my parents have used it if it was available to them again there are some there's some things out there to suggest that as you know in some time on the I've had went when they're engaging with educational activity can actually be good for them but we don't know we just don't know and so I think it's jarring to see it suddenly everywhere it is and and when you did work for glamour and you did your your column in for L. you were very much an observer in the reality of what this is all happening and is that how the book followers came to be yeah I mean I you know I grew up thinking that I wanted to write for Vanity Fair magazine and I didn't understand you know I was I was coming of age right on the package all of the staff with technology service overtaking traditional media I didn't understand how much of my job when I grew up was gonna be about having a social media presence and presents and writing for the lab and then all the sudden very quickly in my twenties I was thrust into this world where I had to do all the things that I hadn't imagined being part of journalism like I used to blog for these little tiny right on AOL and I would just be writing the news of the day that people would comment with horrible sayings and troll me and send mean nasty emails and then I sort of graduated into better parts of the internet where I was writing about celebrity but there's some of the thing some of these things started perpetrate all levels of the internet now doesn't matter if you just have a personal blog or Twitter or if you're writing at the highest levels people can find you and be really nasty and also the sausage kind of gets me the same way at every level these are the ways people become famous now it's a step by step process and even when I was working for a brand of fifteen just glamour or The New York Times how much of a profile a subject had on the internet on social media had to do with how worthy they were of coverage you know if they had a big Instagram Holland and we were more likely to say okay you know we'll do this article because they'll post it and that will drive more traffic back so when I sat down yeah I thought you know yeah I was like I know a lot of people feel like they are barraged with tabloid headlines all the time but they don't know exactly how this gets done so that's sort of where the story began I love that I love that tell us the premise of the story we don't have a whole lot of time no problem followers has two timelines twenty fifteen and twenty fifty one and twenty fifteen it's about two girls trying to get Instagram famous and in twenty fifty one it's about a woman who was born in fame and the start of the future black me our version of a Kim Kardashian she's on camera twenty four seven and as you read the book you're trying to figure out how all of these women are connected and what happens to America in between the two time line that makes it look so different in the future how fascinating absolutely fascinating I love this this is great what's seen the website how can people find out more about followers and all those good things so they can buy followers wherever books are sold hopefully their favorite independent bookstore and my website is Meghan Angela dot com and I'm on Twitter and Instagram at Megan Angela dot com and I'm basically the world's biggest technocrat because I'm on my social media all the time loading my book about the I love that that's awesome thank you so much for being with us but but real quickly followers some things aren't meant to be shared and are you are you like blown away by the amazing reviews you're getting it's been really really nice I keep waiting for that sake plans because I feel yeah yeah keep it locked.

The New York Times Megan Angelo
"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With us right here on this talk radio well Megan Angelo is with this today in her writing has appeared in publications like The New York Times where she helped launch launch city comedy coverage glamour wish she was a contributing editor and wrote a column on women in television and L. where she has written about everything to end and our age TV and her new book is out and it's a brilliant title it's called followers some some things aren't meant to be shared and it's getting rave star in rave reviews Publishers Weekly I mean this is really getting bugs all over the place and I'm so thrilled to have you with us today Megan as a young social media guru this book obviously is about social media followers my question to you is where are we in this social media world what is happening give us the latest on how serious a problem we have in this country and how crazy it is because I don't I don't think many of us older baby boomers I understand this frantic need for younger people to be on social media the way that they are yeah well I think I have an interesting perspective on it because I'm thirty five so I'm technically a millennial but I can remember life before all of this stuff and what I see is that you know I don't I don't really know if it's a problem or if it's just something we have to adjust to buy it I think the thing that really put people back on their heels about social media is that it's taken over so many different areas of industry at once it's taken over entertainment it's taken over marketing it's taking over communication and journalism and now we're all kind of scrambling to think how can we re package all of these traditional things for a generation that is used to consuming them in the social media style of little bites of thing growing and growing so it's a huge challenge right I was at an airport where the the flight was delayed and delayed and delayed and there were these two giggly tweens that there are you did not get off their devices for one second not one second eating looking out the devices I mean I was like so fascinated by their behavior giggling and laughing not to get to each other but while on their devices yeah I mean there's a lot of stuff out there about how especially for teenagers a life social life has changed so much that some of them have to be pushed to get their driver's license or that you know they're staying home and and talking to each other the official media rather than being together in person I don't know it's it's almost so overwhelming that I try to think of ways around pearl clutching over it like this it just looks so unfamiliar to us because we grew up in a different way or is it actually this really insidious thing and I don't know if we know yet because if you think about it phones and social media are still so new that we don't actually know the effects of what happens when you grow up on them and that's what I was trying to mention in the book yes yes so the the the book that we're talking about is your your debut novel which is getting rave reviews followers to make it I just our report where mothers give their babies I'm not talking toddlers I'm talking babies devices to quiet them and they don't even want your pastor fires they had a choice between the past a fire on the tablet and they went for the chocolate they went for the for the devices and then when one of the women said could you please can you please take this can we can you give them give me your your tablet and she and she shook her head now she probably couldn't even talk and when they took it away she she starts to cry in front yeah I mean a lot I have three kids under size so I my goodness you know more than anyone and you know it's really a tough one rightly I personally I'll just tell you for me I'm not big on the iPad I will let the the ones who are three and five occasionally play game but I will say just my personal campaign I have dug in on these kind of old fashioned points were like I will not do it in a restaurant I will not do it he started mollify them I won't let them have it for a long stretch of that need you know I can I but then other times I think why am I torturing myself in this restaurant I see that family over there and you know that mothers are having a really nice meal well I'm over here struggling with like wooden toys and coloring books and you know snacks that are getting thrown to the floor and I think I wonder you know looking back with my parents have used it if it was available to them again there are some there's some things out there to suggest that as you know in some time on the I've had went when they're engaging with educational activity can actually be good for them but we don't know we just don't know and so I think it's jarring to be it suddenly everywhere it is and then when you did work for glamour and you did your your column in for L. you were very much an observer in the reality of what this is all happening and is that how the book followers came to be yeah I mean I you know I grew up thinking that I wanted to write for Vanity Fair magazine and I didn't understand you know I was I was coming of age right on the all of the staff with technology service overtaking traditional media I didn't understand how much of my jobs when I grew up was gonna be about having a social media presence and presents and writing for the web and then all of a sudden very quickly in my twenties I was thrust into this world where I had to do all the things that I hadn't imagined being part of like I used to blog for the little tiny right on AOL and I would just be writing the news of the day that people would comment with horrible scenes and troll me and send me nasty emails and then I sort of graduated into better parts of the internet where I was writing about celebrity if there's some of the thing some of these things start as perpetrate all levels of the internet now doesn't matter if you just have a personal blog or Twitter or if you're writing at the highest levels people can find you and be really nasty and also the sausage kind of gets me the same way at every level these are the ways people become famous now it's a step by step process and even when I was working for a brand of fifteen just glamour or The New York Times how much of a profile a subject had on the internet on social media had to do with how worthy they were of coverage you know if they had a big Instagram Holland and we were more likely to say okay you know we'll do this article because they'll post and that will drive more traffic back so when I sat down yeah I thought you know yeah I was like I know a lot of people feel like they are barraged with tabloid headlines all the time but they don't know exactly how this gets done so that's sort of where the story began I love that I love that tell us the premise of the story we don't have a whole lot of time no problem followers has two timelines twenty fifteen and twenty fifty one and twenty fifteen it's about two girls trying to get Instagram famous and in twenty fifty one it's about a woman who was born in fame and a third of the future black mir version of the Kim Kardashian she's on camera twenty four seven and as you read the book you're trying to figure out how all of these women are connected and what happens to America in between the two time line that makes it look so different in the future how fascinating absolutely fascinating I love this this is great what's seen the website how can people find out more about followers and all those good things so they can buy followers wherever books are sold hopefully their favorite independent bookstore and my website is Meghan Angela dot com and I'm on Twitter and Instagram at Megan Angela dot com and I'm basically the world's biggest technocrat because I'm on my social media all the time promoting my book about the I love that that's awesome thank you so much for being with us but but real quickly followers some things aren't meant to be shared and are you are you like blown away by the amazing reviews you're getting it's been really really nice I keep waiting for that state plan because I feel yeah yeah keep it locked but.

The New York Times contributing editor Megan Angelo
"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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11:09 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You yes to going brings an amazing that collecting makes their way out right one of the reasons she's of loyal fans when you just never know what's going to happen so for your and welcome it is so nice to have you with us right here on this talk radio well Megan Angelo is with this today in her writing has appeared in publications like The New York Times where she helped launch launch city comedy coverage glamour wish she was a contributing editor and write a column on women in television and L. where she has written about everything to N. N. R. H. TV and her new book is out and it's a brilliant title it's called followers some some things aren't meant to be shared and it's getting rave there are in rave reviews Publishers Weekly I mean this is really getting bugs all over the place and I'm so thrilled to have you with us today Megan as a young social media guru this book obviously is about social media followers my question to you is where are we in this social media world what is happening give us the latest on how serious a problem we have in this country and how crazy it is because I don't I don't think many of us older baby boomers I understand this frantic need for younger people to be on social media the way that they are yeah well I think I have an interesting perspective on it because I'm thirty five so I'm technically a millennial but I can remember life before all of this stuff and what I see that you know I don't I don't really know if it's a problem or if it's just something we have to adjust to buy it I think the thing that really puts people back on their heels about social media is that it's taken over so many different areas of industry at once it's taken over entertainment it's taken over marketing it's taking over communication and journalism and now we're all kind of scrambling to think how can we re package all of these traditional thing for a generation that is used to consuming them in the social media style of little bites of things and scrolling and scrolling so it's a huge challenge right I was at an airport where the the flight was delayed and delayed and delayed and there were these two giggly tweens that there are you did not get off their devices for one second not one second eating looking out the devices I mean I was like so fascinated by their behavior giggling and laughing not to get to each other but awhile on their devices yeah I mean there's a lot of stuff out there about how especially for teenagers a life social life has changed so much that some of them have to be pushed to get their driver's license or that you know they're staying home and and talking to each other the official media rather than being better in person I don't know it's it's almost so overwhelming that I try to think of ways around pearl clutching over at like does it just looks so unfamiliar to us because we grew up in a different way or is it actually this really insidious thing and I don't know if we know yet because if you think about it phones and social media are still so new that we don't actually know the effects of what happens when you grow up on them and that's what I was trying to mention in the book yes yes so the the the book that we're talking about is your your debut novel which is getting rave reviews followers so make it I just our report where mothers give their babies I'm not talking toddlers I'm talking babies devices to quiet them and they don't even want your pastor fires they had a choice between the past a fire on the tablet and they went for the tablets they went for the for the devices and then when one of the women said could you please can you please take this can we can you give them give me your your tablet and she and she shook her head now she probably couldn't even talk and when they took it away she she starts to cry in front yeah I mean a lot I have three kids under five so I my goodness you know more than anyone and you know it's really a tough one rightly I personally I'll just tell you for me I'm not big on the iPad I will let the the ones who are three and five occasionally play game but I will say this my personal campaign I have dug in on these kind of old fashioned points for like I will not do it in a restaurant I will not do it started mollify them I won't let them have it for a long stretch of that need you know I can I but then other times I think why am I torturing myself in this restaurant I see that family over there and you know that mothers really nice meal well I'm over here struggling with like wooden toys and coloring books and you know snacks that are getting thrown to the floor and I think I wonder you know looking back with my parents have used it if it was available to them again there are some there's some things out there to suggest that as you know in some time on the I've had went when they're engaging with educational activity can actually be good for them but we don't know we just don't know and so I think it's jarring to be it suddenly everywhere it is and then when you did work for glamour and you did your your column in for L. you were very much an observer in the reality of what this is all happening and is that how the book followers came to be yeah I mean I you know I grew up thinking that I wanted to write for Vanity Fair magazine and I didn't understand you know I was I was coming of age right on the all of the staff with technology service overtaking traditional media I didn't understand how much of my jobs when I grew up what's gonna be about having a social media presidents and a presence and writing for the lab and then all the sudden very quickly in my twenties I was thrust into this world where I had to do all the things that I hadn't imagined being part of journalism you like I used to blog for these little tiny right on AOL and I would just be writing the news of the day that people would comment like horrible sayings and troll me and send me nasty emails and then I sort of graduated into better parts of the internet where I was writing about celebrity but there's some of the thing some of these things start is perpetrate all levels of the internet now doesn't matter if you just have a personal blog or Twitter or if you're writing at the highest levels people can find you and be really nasty and also the sausage kind of gets made the same way at every level these are the ways people become famous now it's a step by step process and even when I was working for a brand of fifteen and glamour or The New York Times how much of a profile a subject had on the internet on social media had to do with how worthy they were of coverage you know if they had a big Instagram Holland and we were more likely to say okay you know we'll do this article because they'll close it and that will drive more traffic back so when I sat down yeah I thought you know yeah I was like I know a lot of people feel like they are barraged with tabloid headlines all the time but they don't know exactly how this gets done so that's sort of where the story began I love that I love that tell us the premise of the story we don't have a whole lot of time no problem followers has two timelines twenty fifteen and twenty fifty one and twenty fifteen it's about two girls trying to get Instagram famous and in twenty fifty one it's about a woman who was born in fame and the start of the future black me our version of a Kim Kardashian she's on camera twenty four seven and as you read the book you're trying to figure out how all of these women are connected and what happens to America in between the two time lines that makes it look so different in the future how fascinating absolutely fascinating I love this this is great what's seen the website how can people find out more about followers and all those good things so they can buy followers wherever books are sold hopefully their favorite independent bookstore and my website is Megan Angelo dot com and I'm on Twitter and Instagram at Meghan Angela dot com and I'm basically the world's biggest hypocrite because I'm on my social media all the time loading my book about the I love that that's awesome thank you so much for being with us but but we're quickly followers some things aren't meant to be shared and are you are you like blown away by the amazing reviews you're getting it's been really really nice I keep waiting for that state plan because I feel yeah yeah keep it locked but I'm I'm very grateful for yeah can graduations will be back in just a moment Frankie Boyer biz talk radio I don't even recognize myself anymore I'm really worried about detection seem like after I never want to start using I I knew the drill but I was out of options I just wanna tell him not your fault people.

The New York Times Megan Angelo
"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With us right here on this talk radio well Megan Angelo is with this today in her writing has appeared in publications like The New York Times where she helped launch launch city comedy coverage glamour wish she was a contributing editor and wrote a column on women in television and L. where she has written about everything to N. N. R. H. TV and her new book is out and it's a brilliant title it's called followers some some things aren't meant to be shared and it's getting rave are in rave reviews Publishers Weekly I mean this is really getting bugs all over the place and I'm so thrilled to have you with this today Megan as a young social media guru this book obviously is about social media followers my question to you is where are we in this social media world what is happening give us the latest on how serious a problem we have in this country and how crazy it is because I don't I don't think many of us older baby boomers I understand this frantic need for younger people to be on social media the way that they are yeah well I think I have an interesting perspective on it because I'm thirty five so I'm technically a millennial but I can remember life before all of this stuff and what I see is that you know I don't I don't really know if it's a problem or if it's just something we have to adjust to but I think the thing that really puts people back on their heels about social media is that it's taken over so many different areas of industry at once it's taken over entertainment is taking over marketing it's taking over communication and journalism and now we're all kind of scrambling saying how can we re package all of these traditional thing for a generation that is used to consuming them in the social media style of little bites of things and throwing and scrolling so it's a huge challenge right I was at an airport where the the flight was delayed and delayed and delayed and there were these two giggly tweens that there are you did not get off their devices for one second not one second eating looking out the devices I mean I was like so fascinated by their behavior giggling and laughing not to get to each other but while on their devices yeah I mean there's a lot of stuff out there about how especially for teenagers a life social life has changed so much that some of them have to be pushed to get their driver's license or that you know they're staying home and and talking to each other via session media rather than being together in person I don't know it's it's almost so overwhelming that I try to think of ways around pearl clutching over at like does it just looks so unfamiliar to us because we grew up in a different way or is it actually this really insidious thing and I don't know if we know yet because if you think about it phones and social media are still so new that we don't actually know the effects of what happens when you grow up on them and that's what I was trying to imagine in the book yes yes so that the the book that we're talking about is your your debut novel which is getting rave reviews followers so make it I just our report where mothers if there babies I'm not talking toddlers I'm talking babies devices to quiet them and they don't even want your pacifiers they had a choice between the past five and the tablets and they went for the tablets they went for the for the devices and then when one of the women said could you please can you please take this can we can you give them give me your your tablet and she and she shook her head now she probably couldn't even talk and when they took it away she she starts to cry in front yeah I mean a lot I have three kids under five so I my goodness you know more than anyone and you know it's really a tough one rightly I personally I'll just tell you for me I'm not big on the iPad I will let the the ones who are three inside occasionally play a game but I will say just my personal campaign I have dug in on these kind of old fashioned points were like I will not do it in a restaurant I will not do it sort of mollify them I won't let them have it for a long stretch of that need you know I can I but then other times I think why am I torturing myself in this restaurant I see that family over there and you know that mother and son really nice meal well I'm over here struggling with like wooden toys and coloring books and you know snacks that are getting thrown to the floor and I think I wonder you know looking back with my parents have used it if it was available to them again there are some there's some things out there to suggest that as you know in some time on I've had went when they're engaging with educational activity can actually be good for them but we don't know we just don't know and so I think it's jarring to see it suddenly everywhere at it is and and when you did work for glamour and you did your your column in for L. you were very much an observer in the reality of what this is all happening and is that how the book followers came to be yeah I mean I you know I grew up thinking that I wanted to write for Vanity Fair magazine and I didn't understand you know I was I was coming of age right on the package all of the staff with technology sort of overtaking traditional media I didn't understand how much of my jobs when I grew up was gonna be about having a social media presence and presents and writing for the lab and then all of a sudden very quickly in my twenties I was thrust into this world where I had to do all the things that I hadn't imagined being part of you like I used to blog for the little tiny right on AOL and I would just be writing the news of the day that people would comment with horrible things and troll me and send me nasty emails and then I sort of graduated into better parts of the internet where I was writing about celebrities but there's some of the thing some of these things Florida's perpetrate all levels of the internet now doesn't matter if you just have a personal blog or Twitter or if you're writing at the highest levels people can find you and be really nasty and also the sausage kind of gets me the same way at every level these are the ways people become famous now it's a step by step process and even when I was working for a brand of fifteen to glamour or The New York Times how much of a profile a subject had on the internet on social media had to do with how worthy they were of coverage you know if they had a big Instagram Hollings and we were more likely to say okay you know we'll do this article because don't close it and that will drive more traffic back so when I sat down yeah I thought you know yeah I was like I know a lot of people feel like they are barraged with tabloid headlines all the time but they don't know exactly how this gets done so that's sort of where the story began I love that I love that tell us the premise of the story we don't have a whole lot of time no problem followers has two timelines twenty fifteen and twenty fifty one and twenty fifteen it's about two girls trying to get Instagram famous and in twenty fifty one it's about a woman who was born in fame and the start of the future black mir version of the Kim Kardashian she's on camera twenty four seven and as you read the book you're trying to figure out how all of these women are connected and what happens to America in between the two time line that makes it look so different in the future how fascinating absolutely fascinating I love this this is great what's seen the website how can people find out more about followers and all those good things so they can buy followers wherever books are sold hopefully their favorite independent bookstore and my website is Meghan Angela dot com and I'm on Twitter and Instagram at Meghan Angela dot com and I'm basically the world's biggest technocrat because I'm on my social media all the time promoting my book about the I love that that's awesome thank you so much for being with us but but real quickly followers some things aren't meant to be shared and are you are you like blown away by the amazing reviews you're getting it's been really really nice I keep waiting for that state plan because I feel yeah yeah keep it locked but I'm I'm I'm very grateful for yeah can graduations will be back in just a moment thank you for your biz talk radio your young at heart 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"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My gosh let's see we're really excited we have Megan Angelo joining us and this is her first book it's called followers it is as sweet but it's like almost like that song your book is why don't get aids thank you I think I'll do the complementary it is a compliment followers again Angelo joining us right now wow thank you thank you so much for having me you guys are some yeah we I'm gonna I'm gonna switch lines with her okay this is not a good line hold on we're having a crackle I didn't hear say the book's title circular yeah I'm so it's about we'll have her tell us yeah this is a story of true ambitious friends and the third choices they make and the hot eight it's time twenty fifty one in the year twenty sixteen and if you're on social media I mean you you'll want to read this book but I've really never I've been I mean and and we're just going crazy because Megan we have like we both are like seventy five percent of the way down we were at the Screen Actors Guild awards this weekend we didn't do a lot of reading so were seventy you know whatever you have coming for us at the end but every page through this has been exciting so if you'll give people the set up of followers would love that sure absolutely as a social media cautionary and half of the book is that in twenty fifteen and it's about two roommates sort of trying to game the internet he may come up but quickly gets out of their control consequences and then the other half of the book is set in twenty fifty one about around the there have been a future version of an insulin GM and the fun of the book of kind of about how women are connected and what happens to America in between these two timeline okay so you the I do the to come up with is because Julian I we've been on the air for seventeen and a half years even from when you we used to have to go only start on their end to you know stay does stand a by the poster get the eight year the tablet there was no internet I mean just it the social media how much that is influencing change how people work think they just get information I mean was that in this is that where you got your ideas seen that change because you're being a journalist Sir yeah I mean I'm I'm really itching to it because I grew up dreaming of being like a magazine journalist you know I wanted to work at vanity and international away you know okay and then things like yeah well I've had to be learn to write for these different things than okay yeah like I know a little bit about how this package gets me I find it fascinating it is it is it's one of the things okay so if you're just joining us Megan Angelo it's her first book it's called followers and it it it talks about the world in twenty fifteen sixteen and the world in twenty fifty one and talking about to Instagram I you know women teaming up to try to get followers may feel like this is what everyone's trying to do now to grow there instant page so there instead influencers yeah and then it's just decked some positions again something to me when you're reminded me of the Truman show yeah Jim Carrey in the fake neighborhood now everything's beat out but that's the new reality type shows it is so clever to you for your creative seventy it's just wild we went in the entire flight out to LA and then we put it down because we had we had to be trouble makers out there so it up yesterday and I just I'm dying to know the end of it but it really I mean what are people saying are they all just saying this is like the coolest most creative book ever mostly saying they want to throw their phones in the red yeah because one of the things is that you talk about and we always I agree with you and I've been going crazy about this my line is always look up because you watch half of America looking down crossing streets looking at their phones in the airport looking always not making eye contact us about the lack of flirting that his it has ended I don't really know what makes and working on that topic I at a stop light where literally every kid had with bent over there found it almost looks like they're on this collective comma wow it was the best job you know open it to try to keep calm and not playing fighting everything in yeah it was total silence and stillness combat that really freaked me out yeah if you do explore that mean you're very funny I do what I think your book is is is fine as well as being this cautionary tale but you are you know when you like people are sheep yeah and I mean I am too I'm no better judging from the pulpit because I'm on my phone right time right thing do you think my again well they had says Reese Witherspoon option this book from your he is not like someone wants is for Jennifer Aniston she's in the market for option in things in all good well if you feel hurt my number I don't know if you're going anymore award shows we haven't read anything like your book where you're kind of comparing to right now and then write about something then forty years from now which you know I mean I would just think that this would be something that someone when Hollywood movie like yeah we got to make these people come to life thank you for bringing the cautionary tale of the essential media and of these damn phones that keep everybody addicted to them yeah yeah yeah yeah I mean you know it's funny too because now of course doing well for awhile kind of got away from my phone I was writing the book and now that I am promoting the bug obviously I'm at a junkie and like every Instagram like you know like like we now it's terrible really the grass I do think though the one cautionary tale that everyone should just like you to whether they read followers are night but to resist the urge to use Instagram or Facebook or Twitter as a dear diary and record your every DOT bubble yeah is going to people are going to regret looking back on that even you know what I'm saying totally I try to keep some of that that that that might sound like I still keep a diary I keep a journal yeah and I you know like most of my kids I don't put on there like the traditional baby ducks and things like congratulations to you yeah we don't write in your second year next park what what's the last great book you read we always have to ask everybody all my gosh I just finished long bright red van I live more and it's phenomenal everything you yeah Donnie just said he tried to book that Oster busy she is last said be by the end we'll just read that book anyway based on your recommendation okay great all right Megan thank you so much for being with you we love followers we give it four stars out of four stars all thank you so much for reading and for having me I appreciate it we.

Megan Angelo
"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The breaking down now that's a job for my gosh let's see we're really excited we have Megan Angelo joining us and this is her first book it's called followers it is as sweet but it's like almost like that song your book is why held may get thank you I think Wilder the compliment it is a compliment follow up again Angelo joining us right now wow thank you thank you so much for having me you guys are some yeah we've got a I'm gonna I'm gonna switch lines with her okay this is not a good line hold on we're having a crackle I didn't hear you say the book title sorry Larry yeah I'm sure it's about will however tells the story of two ambitious friends and the third choices they make and the hot eight it's time behind a twenty fifty one in the year twenty sixteen and if you're on social media I mean you you'll want to read this book but I've really never I've been I mean and and we're just going crazy because Megan we have like we both are like seventy five percent of the way down we were at the Screen Actors Guild awards this weekend yeah we didn't do a lot of reading so were seventy you know whatever you have coming for us at the end but every page through this has been exciting so if you'll give people the set up of followers would love that sure absolutely so followers is sort of a social media cautionary tale and half of the book is that in twenty fifteen and it's about two roommates sort of trying to game the internet payment and the team they come up with quickly gets out of their control and dark consequences and then the other half of the book is set in twenty fifty one and it's about a woman named Milo sort of the future version of an insulin our Kardashian and the fun of the book is kind of about finding out how the three women are connected and what happens to America in between these two timeline okay so you got to the eye yeah the old to come up with is because Julian I we've been on the air for seventeen and a half years even from when you we used to have to go we start on their end to you know stay does stand a by the poster get at eight you know the tablet there was no internet I mean just it the social media how much that is influencing change how people work think they just get information I mean was that in this is that where you get your ideas seen that change because you're being a journalist Sir yeah I mean I'm I'm really attuned to it because I grew up dreaming of being like a magazine journalist you know I wanted to work at Vanity Fair and I thought and traditional media would you know be came for ever and then as soon as I started my career it kind of started to shift that way the way you're describing yeah well I've had to be you know nam ball learn to write for these different things and as I thought about the book ideas like okay I know a little bit about how the sausage gets made and I find it fascinating it is it's one of the things okay so if you're just joining us Megan Angelo it's her first book it's called followers and it it it talks about the world in twenty fifteen sixteen and the world in twenty fifty one and talking about to Instagram I you know women teaming up to try to get followers may feel like this is what everyone's trying to do now to grow there instant page so there instead influencers yeah and then it stops decked some positions again something to me when you're reminded me of the Truman show yeah where Jim Carrey in the fake neighborhood and everything's beat out but that's the new reality type shows it is so clever to you for your creative to ready it's just wild we read the entire flight out to LA and then we put it down because we had we had to be trouble makers out there so yesterday and I just I'm dying to know the end of it but it it really I mean what are people saying are they all just saying this is like the coolest most creative book ever people are mostly saying they want to throw their phones in the river they're scared of their songs yeah because one of the things is that you talk about and we always I agree with you and I've been going crazy about this my line is always look up because you watch half of America looking down crossing streets looking at their phones in the airport looking always not making eye contact stress about the lack of flirting that his van de I agree and you know what like sort of to that and I when I was working on that package I thought about that a stop late Monday where literally every kid had with bent over there found it almost looks like they were all in this collective comma I just thought like wow when I was in high school it was the best drivers you know ultimately have to try to keep calm not waiting fighting everything in yeah it was total silence and stillness on that that that really freaked me out yeah it is you do explore that mean you're very funny I do what I think your book is is is fine as well as being this cautionary tale but you are you know when you like people are sheep yeah yeah and I mean I am too I'm no better judging from the pulpit because I'm on my phone right time right thing do you think my again well the ad says Reese Witherspoon option this book from you yes he is not I feel like someone once or Jennifer Aniston shoes in the market for option in things tional goodwill if you feel hurt my number I don't know if you're going anymore award shows we haven't read anything like your book for your kind of comparing to right now and then writing about something then forty years from now which you know I mean it I would just think that this would be something that someone when Hollywood we like yeah we got to make these people come to life and your Sareen the cautionary tale of they'll show media and of these damn phones that keep everybody addicted to on yeah yeah yeah yeah I mean you know I it's funny too because now of course I am doing well for awhile kind of got away from my phone I was writing the book and now that I am promoting the book obviously I'm worse than ever and a total junkie and like every Instagram like who you know like who likes the book now we now it's terrible I really regret I do think though the one cautionary tale that everyone should just like you to where there's they read followers are night but to resist the urge to use Instagram or Facebook or Twitter as a dear diary and record your every DOT bubbles yeah is going to people are going to regret looking back on that even you know what I'm saying totally I try to keep some of that stuff separate myself like I still keep a diary I so keep a journal yeah and I you know like most of my kids does I don't put on there I like the traditional baby books and things like for them congratulations to you yeah we don't we're writing your check your next park what what's the last great book you read we always have to ask everybody all my gosh I just finished long great river I live more and it's phenomenal it's everything you've heard yeah Johnny just said he tried to book that Oster busy she is lastly should be busy yeah it's fantastic hurry we'll we'll we'll just read that book anyway based on your recommendation okay great all right Megan thank you so much for being with you we love followers we give it four stars out of four stars all thank you guys so much for reading or for having me I appreciate it we have a couple books available give us about that six five one six four one one oh seven line we'll be right back if Hey you got to tell my talk one of seven one everything was something very important I forgot to tell you what don't cross the streams entertainment in this conversation do see store this is so in this conversation this is a the first person to survive Alzheimer's disease is out there they're.

Megan Angelo Wilder
"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My gosh let's see we're really excited we have Megan Angelo joining us and this is her first book it's called followers it is as sweet but it's like almost like that song your book is why held may get thank you I think Wilder the compliment it is a compliment blood is following orders Megan Angelo joining us right now wow thank you thank you so much for having me you guys are some yeah we've got a I'm gonna I'm gonna switch lines with her okay this is not a good line hold on we're having a crack I didn't hear you say the book title sorry Larry yeah I'm so it's about we'll have her tell us yours is this story of two ambitious friends and the third choices they make and the hot eight it's time behind a twenty fifty one in the year twenty sixteen and if you're on social media I mean you you'll want to read this book but I've really never I've been I mean and then we're just going crazy because Megan we have like we both are like seventy five percent of the way down we were at the Screen Actors Guild awards this weekend we didn't do a lot of reading so were seventy you know whatever you have coming force at the end but every page through the US has been exciting so if you'll give people the set up of followers would love that sure absolutely so followers instead of a social media cautionary tale and half of the book is that in twenty fifteen and it's about two roommates sort of trying to game the internet payment and the team they come up with quickly gets out of their control and tax consequences and then the other half of the book is set in twenty fifty one and it's about a woman named Milo who started the future version of an insulin GM and the fun of the book is kind of about finding out how the three women are connected and what happens to America in between these two timeline okay soul you use the I do the the old to come up with is because Julian I we've been on the air for seventeen and a half years even from when you we used to have to go when we start on their end to you know stay does stand a by the poster get at eight you know the tablet there was no internet I mean just it the social media how much that is influencing change how people work think they just get information I mean was that in this is that where you get your ideas seen that change because you're being a journalist Sir yeah I mean I'm I'm really attuned to it because I grew up dreaming of being like a magazine journalist you know I wanted to work at vanity and I thought and traditional media would you know be came for ever and then as soon as I started my career a kind of a process that led the way you're describing yeah well I've had to be you know number all learn to write for these different things than I thought about the book idea I was like okay I know a little bit about how the stoppage gets made and I and it's fascinating it is it's one of the things okay so if you're just joining us Megan Angelo it's her first book it's called followers and it it it talks about the world in twenty fifteen sixteen and the world in twenty fifty one and talking about to Instagram I you know women teaming up to try to get followers may I feel like this is what everyone's trying to do now to grow there instant page so there instead influencers yeah and then it stops Jack so positions again something to me when you're reminded me of the Truman show yeah where Jim Carrey in the fake neighborhood and everything's beat out but that's the new reality type shows it is so clever to you for your created to ready it's just wild we read the entire flight out to LA and then we put it down because we had we had to be trouble makers out there so yesterday and I just I'm dying to know the end of it but it it really I mean what are people saying are they all just saying this is like the coolest most creative book ever people are mostly saying they want to throw their phones in the river they're scared of their yeah because one of the things is that you talk about and we always I agree with you and I've been going crazy about this my line is always look up because you watch half of America looking down crossing streets looking at their phones in the airport looking always not making eye contact stress about the lack of flirting that has has ended I agree and you know what like sort of to that and when I was working on that package I thought about that a stoplight Monday where literally every kid had with bands over there found it almost looks like they were on this collective comma thought like wow when I was in school it was the best drivers you know ultimately have to try to keep calm not playing fighting everything in yeah it was total silence and stillness on that but it really freaked me out yeah it is you do explore that mean you're very funny I do what I think your book is is is fine as well as being this cautionary tale but you are you know when you like people are sheep yeah yeah and I mean I am too I'm no better judging from the pulpit because I'm on my phone right time right do you think my again well they have does Reese Witherspoon option this book from you yes she is not I feel like someone wants this or Jennifer Aniston she's in the market for option in things in all good well if you see her my number I don't know if you're going anymore award shows we haven't read anything like your Bork where you're kind of comparing to right now and then writing about something then forty years from now which you know I mean I would just think that this would be something that someone when Hollywood who we like here we got to make these people come to life and your Sareen the cautionary tale of the social media and of these damn phones that keep everybody addicted to on yeah yeah yeah yeah I mean you know it's funny too because now of course I am doing well for awhile kind of got away from my phone I was writing the book and now that I am promoting the book obviously I'm more than ever and a total junkie and like every Instagram like who you know like who likes to talk now we now it's terrible I really regret I do think though the one cautionary tale that everyone should just like you to where there's they read followers are night but to resist the urge to use Instagram or Facebook or Twitter as a dear diary and record your every DOT bubbles yeah is going to people are going to regret looking back on that even you know what I'm saying totally I tried to keep some of that stuff separate myself like I still keep a diary I keep a journal yeah and I you know like most of my kids stuff I don't put on there I like the traditional baby ducks and things like that for them congratulations to you yeah we don't we're writing your sex your next park what what's the last great book you read we always have to ask everybody all my gosh I just finished long bright red I live more and it's phenomenal it's everything you've heard yeah Donnie just said he tried to book that Oster busy she is lastly said be busy yeah it can happen we'll just read that book anyway based on your recommendation okay great all right Megan thank you so much for being with you we love followers we give it four stars out of four stars all thank you guys so much for reading or for having me I appreciate it we have a couple books available.

Megan Angelo Wilder
"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My gosh let's see we're really excited we have Megan Angelo joining us and this is her first book it's called followers it is as sweet but psych almost like that song your book is why held may get aids thank you I think Wilder the complementary it is a compliment follower again Angelo joining us right now wow thank you thank you so much for having me you guys are some yeah we've got a I'm gonna I'm gonna switch lines with her okay this is not a good line hold on we're having a crack I didn't hear say the book title circular yeah I'm sure it's about we'll have her tell us yeah this is a story of two ambitious friends and the third choices they make and the hot eight it's time behind a twenty fifty one in the year twenty sixteen and if you're on social media I mean you you'll want to read this book but I've really never I've been I mean and and we're just going crazy because Megan we have like we both are like seventy five percent of the way down we were at the Screen Actors Guild awards this weekend we didn't do a lot of reading so were seventy you know whatever you have coming force at the end but every page through the US has been exciting so if you'll give people the set up of followers would love that sure absolutely following a social media cautionary tale and half of the book is that in twenty fifteen and it's about to remain sort of trying to game the internet and the team they come up with a quickly gets out of their control some tax consequences and then the other half of the book is set in twenty fifty one and it's about a woman named Milo sort of the future version of an insulin CNN and the fun of the book is kind of about finding out how the three women are connected and what happens to America in between these two timeline okay so you got the I do the the to come up with is because Julian I we've been on the air for seventeen and a half years even from when you we used to have to go on we start on their end to you know stay does stand a by the poster get at eight you know the tablet there was no internet I mean just it the social media how much that its influence and change how people work think they just get information I mean was that in this is that where you get your ideas seen that change because you're being a journalist Sir yeah I mean I'm I'm really attuned to it because I grew up dreaming of being like a magazine journalist you know I wanted to work at vanity and and traditional media wed you know became forever and then as soon as I started my career it kind of started to shift that led the way you're describing yeah well I've had to be you know normal learn to write for these different things than they thought about the book ideas like okay I know a little bit about how the stoppage gets made and I find it fascinating it is it's one of the things okay so if you're just joining us Megan Angelo it's her first book it's called followers and it it it talks about the world in twenty fifteen sixteen and the world in twenty fifty one and talking about to Instagram I you know women teaming up to try to get followers may feel like this is what everyone's trying to do now to grow there instant page so they're in C. influencers yeah and then it's just decked some positions again something to me when you're reminded me of the Truman show yeah where Jim Carrey in the fake neighborhood and everything's beat out but that's the new reality type shows it is so clever to you for your creative to ready it's just wild we read the entire flight out to LA and then we put it down because we had we had to be trouble makers out there so yesterday and I just I'm dying to know the end of it but it really I mean what are people saying are they all just saying this is like the coolest most creative book ever mostly saying they want to throw their phone than the rest they're scared of that song yeah because one of the things is that you talk about and we always I agree with you and I've been going crazy about this my line is always look up because you watch half of America looking down crossing streets looking at their phones in the airport looking always not making eye contact us about the lack of flirting that his van de I agree and you know what like sort of to that and I was working on that package I thought about that a stoplight Monday where literally every kid had with bent over there found it almost looks like they were on this collective comma like wow when I would it was the best drivers you know ultimately have to try to keep calm and not playing fighting everything in yeah it was total silence and stillness on that path it really freaked me out yeah if you do explore that mean you're very funny I do what I think your book is is is fine as well as being this cautionary tale but you are you know when you like people are sheep yeah yeah and I mean I am too I'm no better judging from the pulpit because I'm on my phone right time right thing do you think my again well they had says Reese Witherspoon option this book from you yeah he is not I feel like someone once is or Jennifer Aniston she's in the market for option in things in all good well if you feel hurt my number I don't know if you're going anymore award shows we haven't read anything like your book for your kind of comparing to right now and then writing about something then forty years from now which you know I mean it I would just think that this would be something that someone when Hollywood movie like yeah we got to make these people come to life and your Sareen the cautionary tale of they'll show media and of these damn phones that keep everybody addicted to them yeah yeah yeah yeah I mean you know it's funny too because now of course I'm doing well for awhile kind of got away from my phone I was writing the book and now that I am promoting the book obviously I'm not ran a total junkie and like every Instagram like you know like who likes to talk now we now it's terrible I really regret I do think though the one cautionary tale that everyone should just like you to where there's they read followers are not but to resist the urge to use Instagram or Facebook or Twitter as a dear diary and record your every DOT bubble yeah is going to people are going to regret looking back on that even you know what I'm saying totally I tried to keep some of that stuff separate myself like I still keep a diary I keep a journal yeah and I you know like most of my kids I don't put on there like the traditional baby ducks and things like for them congratulations to you yeah we don't we're writing your sex your next park what what's the last great book you read we always have to ask everybody all my gosh I just finished long bright red hair I was more and it's phenomenal everything you've heard yeah Donnie just said he tried to book that Oster busy she is lastly said be busy yeah it can happen we'll just read that book anyway based on your recommendation okay great all right Megan thank you so much for being with you we love followers we give it four stars out of four stars all thank you guys so much for reading or for having me I appreciate it we have a couple.

Megan Angelo Wilder
"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"megan angelo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Last season so why can't you access now fifteen years removed from their very public divorce simply share a moment cheer each other on it just be well are we maybe just projecting what we want on to them yeah it's yes the end she's probably in a different head space in different places that they seem pretty happy being good friends by most accounts from insiders Brad and Jenn are just friends they've been friends for years now they're likely not getting back together but people can dream maybe this moment says more about us than it does about that I think so it is zero and also the fact that I mean he he he's the old you know a movie star and she's still your celebrity best friend and he's still a celery movie star and she's so celebrated television star but now we really are in like maybe some people said when the sopranos debuted on HBO the golden age of television that and in the last two or three years you see it's not the big lying between TV and movie out isn't it that's right yeah and she's turned and like really they've been the best for firmware career on the morning show so good that season eight wide season eight those eight nine and ten again well yeah on the morning I want it to affect affect but anyways she uses the end it's all well she's single I mean that is kind of feel good for her you know I mean well the bleep it fifty so yeah they're real corny eminent kinda like Courtney **** did a lot of stuff after friends and did she did the dirt TV shows and rather one and with the busy Philip yes whatever that was John cougar town and she acted a lot where is Jennifer Aniston really didn't do much except for Adam Sandler movies she did movies he did a lot of movies a lot in movies so I don't have a solid bunch of crap I'm tied yeah I can sell them just like what do you tag in both girl and she had some success and then it just as she even said in the press room he was an exam of making movies and now she's excited about acting again anyway we'll just call it the Gucci peen marked as that for granted for this is a brand Janet just like it used to be that's right mom and dad get back together it happened several we come back might we're reading the wild as far as the others Megan Angelo and the book is called followers some things are meant to be shared people nothing but.

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