So you've been publicly shamed / Jon Ronson.
In 2012, Jon Ronson's online identity was stolen. Jon publicly confronted the imposters, a trio of academics who had created a Jon Ronson Twitter bot obsessed by unlikely food combinations and weird sex. At first, Jon was delighted to find strangers all over the world uniting to support him in his outrage. The wrongdoers were quickly shamed into stopping. But then things got out of hand. This encounter prompted Jon to explore the phenomenon of public shaming and what he discovered astonished him. Simultaneously powerful and hilarious in the way only Jon Ronson can be, this is a deeply honest book about modern life, full of eye-opening truths about the escalating war on human flaws - and our very scary part in it.
Braveheart -- I'm glad I'm not that -- The wilderness -- God that was awesome -- Man descends several rungs in the ladder of civilization -- Doing something good -- Journey to a shame-free paradise -- The shame-eradication workshop -- A town abuzz over prostitution and a client list -- The near drowning of Mike Daisey -- The man who can change the Google search results -- The terror -- Raquel in a post-shaming world -- Cats and ice cream and music -- Your speed.