This article analyzes Facebook profiles and accounts as instances of life writing that create simultaneously humanist and posthuman lives. Facebook members produce corporate selves in a collaborative auto/biographical act with the site's network—both its software and other members. This co-production of networked lives invites a reconsideration of how we read and create life narratives in an online context.


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