The Revelation of Anonymity
Anonymity online has always fascinated me. I am a big believer in the notion that what people don’t say is just as revealing as what they do say. How you act when you’re using an alias isn’t an aberration, it’s just another aspect of your personality that you’re letting free through the anonymity. That can be freeing in the most base or more enlightened ways, but hey, it’s always you.
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