Social networking is "IN" these days, do people really find a connection?

@kate635 (127)
Philippines
July 29, 2009 9:40pm CST
I myself has been into several networking applications; there is only one networking where I have my real identity and majority of my friends are real life friends. Unlike here in mylot and the rest where I have signed in, I have kept total anonymity for security reasons; where 99% of my friends are virtual friends. Do you think people realy care what is happening in your life, or you in their lives in this exchange of information? What do you prefer, the one where you are real or the one you have kept your true identity? Who cares?
2 responses
@danilliam (278)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
yes.it is very 'in' today.i like to be anonymous online.i not want many people to know my real identity because all of us are strangers.when online friends get to talk to each other offline and become real friends or just talk to each other a lot on messengers or email and asking about each of the others lives.they will care for each other as real friends because of the story and the communication.
@kate635 (127)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
I agree with you. I feel more real to virtual friends, there are no pretentions as they will not judge you. It is exciting and fun at the same time knowing a lot of people who even if you don't really know take interest in your life. Thanks a lot for dropping by and sharing your thought.
1 person likes this
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
welcome.=)
@vinay316 (301)
• India
13 Aug 09
I use a few social networking tool myself like twitter and myspace.com
@kate635 (127)
• Philippines
18 Aug 09
Yes, there are a lot out there which you can choose. Does it satisfy you? Does it really connects you to the people in the network? What I mean is, do they empathize with you? Or they are just there to do their own business. Thanks for dropping. Enjoy posting and good day!