As I’ve previously mentioned in the Topic 1 – Reflection, being part of the #UOSM2008 community is a valuable resource. The Online Identity topic was extremely generous and it could be addressed from multiple perspectives. However, it was extremely well covered by our team of bloggers, who analysed the problem in original ways. One of … Continue reading Topic 2 – Reflection
Nowadays, every individual using the internet leaves various records and traces under the form of a digital footprint. However, do we always need ‘to step’ before leaving marks? Apparently, not. 81% of children under two currently have some kind of digital dossier or footprint, with images of them posted online (Singer, 2013). The … Continue reading Who are you on the Internet?
The first stage of this five-step journey is almost over. How were these first three weeks that enhanced my usual online presence? It was mostly about being active again on WordPress and exploring some of the tools suggested by the #UOSM2008 team. Our community explained the concept of digital “visitors” and “residents” in an appealing … Continue reading Topic 1 – Reflection
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building on the new” (Socrates). Is the ‘change’ successfully reflected on the Web by visitors and residents? I am looking for the answer in the following paragraphs. An introduction to the segmentation of the digital users was … Continue reading Visitor or Resident? The digital dilemma of the 21st century