Building bridges for the future through collaborative projects
1. Is there a clear demarcation between who you are online and elsewhere?
I do not think there is a clear demarcation between me and myself online because I am the same person online as I am in person. For me, my thoughts just take the form of words on the internet. If you do not portray the same person online as you are in real life then you are lying to your online peers.
2. What parts of you are people missing out on if they do not interact with the online you?
I do not think people are missing out on any part of me it we do not interact with each other online. I am the same person online as I am in person so it would not have an effect on anyone to not interact with me online.
3. Why (or why not) should you manage your own personal cyber infrastructure? What does this mean to you?
Cyber infrastructure, to me, means something that is used to describe places of research that use advanced data. You should manage your cyber infrastructure because it will help you advance your knowledge of the internet.
4. Who are we in this space where the online world is not something distinctly separate?
I think we should carefully monitor what we post on the internet because the it will affect us in everyday life. If we do not monitor it, then it could affect us negatively.