Tweeting as you head to the delivery room. Confessing your adultery on national TV. Sharing your family photos on a public website. Some people say “TMI– Too Much Information.” Others gobble it up and ask for more. The creation and effect of today’s voyeuristic and exhibitionist culture.

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  • Hal Niedzviecki author of "The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and our Neighbors (City Lights, San Francisco); and Founder, Broken Pencil Magazine

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