Nancy Jo Sales - Quotes

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Putting on someone else's clothes is like putting on a mask. ---->>>

Social media is not the same in 2013 as it was in 2003 - or even 2008 or 2011. You didn't carry around AOL chat in your pocket or look at it when you were in class. ---->>>

We're so very focused on ourselves and on self-promotion. It goes on all day with Facebook and Twitter and Instagram. ---->>>

I'm not a parenting expert by any means, but I've been interviewing and writing about kids for almost 20 years. ---->>>

I love to interview outrageous people who speak their minds; also, people who have some kind of mystery attached to them. ---->>>

I'm concerned and alarmed about the images of girls and women that are broadcast every single minute. ---->>>

That's why teenagers fascinate me - they're like children with drivers' licenses. Like children in that their impulses are so direct. ---->>>

Celebrities are not necessarily the richest people of all, but on the face of it, they seem to be representative of the very richest people. ---->>>

We don't really even know how the Internet and technology are changing us, or our brains and our attention span. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 10-15, 1964
Occupation: Journalist

Nancy Jo Sales (born October 15, 1964) is a journalist and author who has written for Vanity Fair, New York, and Harper's Bazaar. Her profile of reality star Kate Gosselin won a 2010 Mirror Award for "Best Profile, Digital Media". Her Vanity Fair story "The Quaid Conspiracy" won a 2011 Front Page Award for "Best Magazine Feature" (wikipedia)