The death of trustworthiness?

In “Role of Trust in Cyberspace”, Clark states that cyberspace comprises of both technology and people, and this is similarly echoed by Mikko and Eleni (“Communities, Communication, and Online Identities”) that cyberspace is non-existent without inhabitants like us all. Indeed, no discussion about cyber places can be continued without ever mentioning its users and the … Continue reading The death of trustworthiness?

Visual communication further strengthens online ties

Communities in Cyberspace has filled me with a new appreciation for the speed at which internet communication has advanced. Although published less than a decade ago, some of the Chapter 7’s issues now have added dimensions when its concepts are applied to technologies and platforms that have since emerged, like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Social … Continue reading Visual communication further strengthens online ties