I’m a college student, and as I’ve learned from taking one too many classes on digital media, I’m apparently also part of this new breed called “Digital Natives.” Rather than a silver spoons, we were raised with a silver mouse in our hands and access to millions of ideas and people online. Generally, before we even knew what that entailed. The Internet doesn’t make our lives easier – it is an integral part of our daily activity. And while we take full advantage of all of the web’s offerings, we’re actually a fairly silent group. Hopefully I’m going to change that. With increases in cybercrime and net neutrality becoming an ever more important concept, among many other things, I think its time for those who are truly incapable of imagining what the world was like to stand up and start playing a role in its future direction.
I'm just a college student who is inDiginous to the web. Here are my thoughts.
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