Digital Identity vs Digital Self
Feb 15, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Jim Groom writes, "This is a beautiful video which outlines how your identity is formed on the web." And I agree with his assessmewnt that the online world is far safer than the offline world. "Her avatar lives. She lives in Steam, Xbox Live, World of Warcraft, OpenSim, Massively Minecraft and more … and that is where she’s learning how to manage user-accounts, profiles and participation. Rather than be freaked out by this, I think it’s a far better place, given the enormous amounts of data-mining that occurs." Total: 199
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Re: Digital Identity vs Digital Self

Do you understand what connectivism is? Sometimes I think I do. I read Stephen's blog post for example, and it seems to make sense. But then someone raises a question like what is the difference ...

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