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selfie

A still picture of one's self, typically taken with a smartphone that has a front-facing camera. A video selfie is a video recording rather than a still image. People take so many selfies these days that a phone's front-facing camera is often called a "selfie camera."

Selfie Stick
A selfie stick is a telescopic pole that extends the smartphone out several feet. It lets people take a more natural selfie without their arm showing. In addition, more background scenery can be photographed when the camera is extended farther out. See selfie drone, ballot selfie, front-facing camera and theftie.


The GoTech Selfie Stick
This young couple is using a GoTech stick to take a selfie in front of an ancient Native American altar. The GoTech and phone are paired via Bluetooth, and the photo is taken by pressing a button on the handle (for information, visit www.theselfiestick.com).
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Recently Craig David's selfy showed him so buffed and bereft of flesh that he reminded me of the anatomical chart on the wall of my doctor's surgery.
Su particularidad es que establece una conexion cognitiva entre el selfy el ambiente fisico a traves de un conjunto de recuerdos, concepciones, interpretaciones, valores ideas y emociones relativas a los lugares que el individuo habita (Proshansky, 1978).
I don't talk to any girls unless they put a selfy as every other picture.
(L)a doctrina de la continuidad impide a) considerar lo mental y lo fisico como irreductiblemente diferentes entre si; y b) tratar al selfy al otro como esencialmente excluyentes entre si.
Todas las teorias plantean esta simbiosis del desarrollo: la teoria lacaniana del narcisismo, Kohut con los objetos del selfy obviamente Malher.
When Edouard Glissant, for example, presents the Diaspora as the rhizome (as the web of roots and not the totalitarian root) and differentiates between root identity and the theory of Relation, he, like Kgositsile in "For Afroamerica", situates questions of the black Diaspora as a questioning of how the Self merges with Others without risking the disappearance of Selfy. (xvi) In "For Afroamerica" the recognition of two bodies in pain becomes Kgositsile's means of representing the bleeding body as the limit and the means of black diasporic connection.