English I - Brett Larose ENC 1101 Section #0015 Nathan...

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Brett Larose ENC 1101 Section #0015 Nathan Holic 9/01/2009 Discovery Assignment I For every season that passes, the Internet finds new and improved ways to advertise the private lives of people. In a matter of seconds, it is possible to be connected to the rest of the world free of charge. As a college student, I have found this tool to be incredibly effective in maintaining and creating relationships with others. In the same way advertisements can be deceiving, I’ve found that tweaking and embellishing my profile can trick people into seeing what I want them to see. In doing this, I create a laid back and reserved personality online as opposed to a more outspoken and eccentric personality in reality. In the online world, one’s profile can be viewed by anyone, anywhere, at any given time. And since the majority of situations in the world are based on good first impressions, I always end up hesitant about what is and what isn’t shared for the rest of the world to see. In the real world, I could care less about what I put out for people to see
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course ENC 1101 taught by Professor Carolmichaelsen during the Fall '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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English I - Brett Larose ENC 1101 Section #0015 Nathan...

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