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Transcript of diversity night
Is your online identity different from your offline identity?
What choices do u make developing your online identity?
What do our personal portraits represent?
Do u behave differently online? how? why?
What do the pictures that we post represent?
What choices do you make about your online identity?
Who are you online?
How do you create an online identity?
Who is your audience?
Who do u know online?
Who r your "friends" online?
Who r your contacts online?
Who do u include and exclude online?
How r all these people connected?
Do u think before u post?
What do your "friends" say about your online identity?
How are your online and offline identities different?
What do your postings say about you?
What information do u protect online?
Is your online life private?
What is privacy?
What is public?
Who owns your online identity?
How do we use social networking to connect with people? properties of public life:
invisible audience, searchability,perisitance,scalability,replicatability 3 things about a social network
identity - who r u?
contact - who do u know?
activities - what u do.