This topic has really got a discussion going on where there are many different views on whether content should be made available online for free. Siew Woon has stated that “Knowledge should be free.” and I, too, also believe in that. I could spend a lot of time just surfing the web, reading random articles and… Continue reading Review: Is this free? Can I get it for free?
Social media ethics is something that I am pretty exposed to, and it was really enjoyable for me to actually research and learn more about this topic. The knowledge that I gain from the various discussion of these topics could be a guide for me before I enter the working world. Since this was a… Continue reading Review: Social Media Exposé
After I finished my topic 3 post, I went to check my personal twitter and happened to chance upon on of my Indonesian friend who suddenly mentioned how she needs to create LinkedIn. From there, I found out from her that majority of her potential employers are requesting for her LinkedIn account, though it is… Continue reading Review: Profiling, Who are you online?
This topic was something that I could relate to as I myself hold various online identities due to the clash of interest with certain social groups that I associate with. Reading Nicholas’s post, we discuss how it is tiring to maintain multiple online identities, and we have come to agree that being online, we would… Continue reading Review: Online Identity. How many? One, Two, Three???
This topic has been really an interesting one. From the start, I have never actually heard of the term Digital Visitor and Digital Residents. It was really interesting to know from my research that the term has been around for awhile now. Also, after reading my friends blog, it has really open up to me… Continue reading Review: Are you visiting or residing?