Many individuals these days are writing in blogs and uploading videos just to catch the public’s attention. As a netizen, I recognize quite well and concur with Chaudhry’s argument and unease. To gain attention, some entertainers will frequently post about their personal lives and upload some fancy pictures; to cease the people’s attention. To fully make use of the web tools expressing themselves, some just put their abnormal and silly pictures or comments to get fame. There are oodles of notorious stars in the digital world. Of course, technology does not take any responsibility; it is the public’s interests that make the cyber world filled with these people’s narcissistic behaviors and words.
As Chaudhry said, “If not Wealthy and Renowned, at least one will be "seen"—That’s something all of us can aspire to do in this new Cyber world we live in.”(Chaudhry 636) Though there is a greater amount of people than ever before being seen every day, their fame is temporary. The significance of fame is being reduced to being seen by the public. In the future, can these Digital Selves, Digital-fame and the Digital culture substitute the real ones?