Who Are You Online?

Before you get too far into the realm of websites, blogs and social media. You need to determine how you are going to present yourself. Remember, everything you post is being recorded in the Webosphere--so you do need to take how you conduct yourself and what information you offer up about yourself seriously.

Here's a brief questionnaire to prepare you for online citizenship.

Who Are You?

If you've set up a FaceBook account or MySpace account you have already set up an identity online. 
What does your space on these sites say about you? 
Before you change up your accounts or start anything new I want you to ask some questions about yourself.

What is your name?
>>Google your name to see who else shares your identity.

>>Check facebook as well to see who shares your name.

Where are you from?
Does your home country, state or town define you in any way?

How many e-mail accounts do you have?
What services do you use? [the company after the @ sign]
What is your Lion Mail account:
What is your G-Mail account:

Do you have a website?
If so what is the URL: 

Do you have a blog?
If so what is the URL:

Do you work?
Does your work have a website?
What is the URL:

What is/are your key hobby/hobbies:

Are you involved in extracurricular activities (music/drama/sports/etc)?

What is your major?
What kind of work do you hope to land with that degree?

What is/are your favorite color(s)?
What is your favorite type of music?
What is your favorite movie? 

What are some adjectives that best describe you?
What do you do best?
What motivates you - gives your life meaning?
How are you different from your peers? 

The answers to these questions will serve as the basis for creating your identity on blogs and social media.

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