Building bridges for the future through collaborative projects
1) Is there a clear demarcation between who you are online and elsewhere?
Yes, there is a clear demarcation between who you are online and elsewhere. Online you might act differently than you do offline. Online you can express yourself more than you might offline. You will not be judged as you might be offline. Some people feel more confidant behind a computer screen.
2) What parts of you are people missing out on if they do not interact with the online you?
People are missing out on many different parts of you if they do not interact with the online you. If they never interact with the online you, they will not be able to see the more confidant side of you. Some people are more confidant online than they are offline.
3) Why (or why not) should you manage your own personal cyber infrastructure? What does this mean to you?
Yes, you should manage your own personal cyber infrastructure. My cyber infrastructure is made up of Facebook, E-mail, and Skype. I make sure that what I put online is okay for everyone to read.
4. Who are we in this space where the online world is not something distinctly separate?
We are the same person online and offline. Different people know you online and others know you offline.