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The Rise and Fall of Hispter Criticism

The post over at Flavorwire basically declares hipsterdom dead:

When a blog launched to chronicle the silly happenings of semi-obscure people has the potential to be a profitable and marketable good, you know hipsters are on their way out. Bound into a pretty book on your mother’s coffee table, “Look at this Fucking Hipster” will be remembered not as a biting satire of hipsterism, but rather, a memory of a peculiarly inbred group who took pride in independent music and the most identifiable style since large shoulder-pads in the 80’s. In short, an old photo album of a time before the media killed the hipster star.