Give yourself a pat on the back: you’ve been selected as Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” — along with everyone else who uses the internet.
For the 2006 version of the renowned annual list, the publication decided not to choose a single person, instead crowning all internet users.
The issue hits newsstands on Monday. It carries a cover showing a white keyboard with a mirror for a computer screen, so readers can see their own reflections.
“It’s about the many wresting power from the few,” wrote Lev Grossman, Time’s technology writer.
Grossman also pointed out that blogs are “often more immediate and authentic than traditional media.”
Are you blushing? This award and $1.80 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks.