Reading about Emma Gannon's life online, including successes and mishaps in all honesty, was like listening to a friend or a sister where you laugh out loud, exclaim "me too!" and "I can't believe that happened!" in turns. As a 20 year old who was too young for MSN and myspace reading about these experiences was interesting and a bit of a "history lesson" and as someone working towards an online career this was an inspiring read with many mental do & don't notes. I recommend this read for all ages: Teenagers as a hilarious how-to guide to life online, twenty-somethings for #relateable moments and to the older generation who doesn't quite get what we're on about all the time.