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bit of the dermot o'leary about you!
We look nothing alike. He looks like dermot I look like Daniel Craig. Lol.
Rofl , my mother in law says that .... and everyone thinks she mad !!! Its been good fun looking at everyones pics , Mike you are the spitting image of a guy i went to school with !! I had a proper double take , your real name is not colin is it
Lol , i agree Ash , i am way more wrinkly than you as well
In civil society, anthroponymy sets the social being within a group. More precisely, theirpatronymic or matronymic is used to position them along a genealogical line, whereas their firstname is a means to identify them within the family group. So what can be said about the socialbeing?s identity in the context of digital society? In order to join discussion forums or chatrooms,the internet user has to choose a pseudonym, the origins of which stem from varioussources – the person?s private life, cultural objects, individual traits etc. However, using apseudonym on the Web is not done for the sole purpose of naming an individual. Thus, in thecourse of a follow-up communication to the on-line publication of newspaper articles or whilediscussing a given theme in a forum, the nomen falsum (or„false name?) chosen by the user canbe laden with meaning - antagonism, emotion etc. This multidimensional status of a pseudonymon the Internet will be examined using various examples taken from newspapers?on-line editionsas well as discussion forums. Other questions arise from this observation. If a pseudonym is usedfor naming or protesting, does this not mean that its purpose is to express what cannot be saidwithin civil society? Is this not a confusion between private and public space? And if so, whatare the reasons? Finally, does digital society not stand as an opposing force to civil society?
the new owner told us mods that we must go into private message folders of members to see what they were discussing :angry:
I'm not even aware of a forum platform which allows / facilitates that. This one certainly doesn't, rightfully so...