Dual Identity

by Luke Neff


4 thoughts on “Dual Identity

  1. This is so true, and we are not only the creation of what we want to reflect online but also what other people want us to be, and an online profile it’s being able finally to become this fictional person, character without actually changing at all but being part this virtual network which in reality we are probably not mate to be part of or could be if we really change who we are, but anyone else is taken and can only be one you.

    • That was interesting, it’s just unbelievable how FB helped people to better connect or reconnect, these are the same people that we have in our circle, phone contact, but FB just gave us a different way to better interact , with pictures sharing, posting and games! Even for stranger the safety of the your computer allows to delete anyone without hard feeling, thanks for sharing!

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