Online Identity: Can We Really Be Whoever We Want To Be? [Headlines]

Online Identity: Can We Really Be Whoever We Want To Be? [Headlines]

One of the net's original evangelists says that our experience of the web is changing our identity both on and offline.

Valentina Park
  • 20 june 2011

MIT professor and author of Life on the Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet believes this has taken its toll on who we are. “It used to be, ‘I have a feeling, I want to make a call,'” she said at a recent debate at the British Library, “[and this has changed] to, ‘I want to have a feeling, I need to send a text.'” The Guardian

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