Chapter 3 - I kinda of already knew this?
I do believe that chat does get a bad rap though, only because I have a lot of good memories from being in chat rooms.. ever since I could remember. When I was in like fifth grade my mom would have to sign me into this chat room because by 3pm when I got home Nickolodeon's chatrooms were PACKED! So I LOVE chatrooms. Also they have some really cool trivia chatrooms. But now I have gone into chatroom and it's defintly not the same most people are like 14/f/pic/ny looking to hook up. And that changes into, 14 year old/female/has a picture/ and wants to meet up. So I guess from when I was in the chatroom till now it has defintly changed!
And I love webpages, they are intimate, they let us see what people want us to see. Everything that a person wants someone else to know could be easily put on a web page. I love it. I'm an addict to myspace.com, I defintly recommend it to people to get to know people. It's basically have an online profile and you can send messages, add/delete friends, and so on. It's a lot of fun.
But overall I was pretty educated on this section of it all.. it's great to re-learn it and this guy defintly makes it more enjoyable to read!!!
And with Alexis' blog she seems to agree with me on e-mails when she says, "Another aspect of this artciale that I felt was important was the section on e-mail. This is one aspect that effects buisnesses and personal lives conversationally mostly because the "urgency" to respond to an e-mail allows one to write more freely."
Also it was interesting to learn this from Miss M's, " My AOL screen name has "Dr" in it, indicating doctor. So it's no surprise that I get countless e-mails on Botox, Prozac, and Zoloft among others. The wizard who controls the web pages also wants me to get cheap skin injections. " I can't believe that that happens!