Studying selfies within digital bits might help to understand the metamorphoses ofthe Millennials. This paper indicates that the Millennials are living in an age of transitionwhere they are venturing into the emotional space of webbed experience. The interlacingbetween the netizens and technologies simultaneously transgress the boundary between’techno-body’ and ‘tech-nobody’ but the fetish, in this case social media, remains thesame. Social media invites fetishistic voyeurism as an emotional peephole into the dazzlingdigital world which makes them forget about everything else. While they have a realexistence, they prefer to be representatives – as de-humanized objects without connectionto reality. I am questioning the hybrid nature of identity created by cyberspace wherevirtual and real embodiments of ‘self’ intersect and become a digitally collaged self –partial human and partial ‘simulated’ self. The Millennials live in a world so different withstrange realities where the truth of images, as well as their personalities, relate to decodinginstituted by their visual perception. Social networking sites became the space wherehierarchies collapse and hybrid humans commingle into a technoculturalized environment.These teenagers and technology create a techno-carnival culture where they celebrate theiridentity as ‘techno-body’. In the end, their real identities are overturned by manifestationof the ‘avatar’ – an empty emotional content – and these bored teenagers disguise andtransform themselves as ‘tech-nobody’. Thus, a double subversion takes place: Thesubversion of emotion and the subversion of body. On the level of emotion-formation, theselfie influences the perception of their identity by affecting the established relationshipsand practical functioning of communication in real world. They are proud and narcissistic,even though it has no concrete connection with reality outside the social networking sites,in their humiliation as humans. A hollow emotionality that envelops the reality makes themnothing but doll like bodies devoid of human traits, and I believe that this digicalypse ofimmediate reality reflects how the Generation Me is indulged in digital world. The socialnetworking sites, as such, are creating ‘tech-nobody’ through the convergence and 
virtualization of body, emotion, and personality who live in a ‘space’ concurring Certeau’sassertion “imaginary totalizations produced by the eye” (158). I, therefore, would like tospatialize the site of today’s teen interaction via selfie and transform it into a setting inwhich the spectators explore the hidden psychological debris of human interaction withincomputer mediated communication. Selfies can constitute, reproduce, subvert, or alter theidentity. As the virtual world becomes real, the construction of e-personality impacts theperception of the Millennials and the subject imports disembodied emotions which is whythis paper is suggesting a way to define them as ‘tech-nobody’- living in a continuum ofspace bound by technology