Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Post 9: Facebook

One theory of interaction says that "action discloses the 'who'” - that is, even when we interact with old friends, we still can find out unique, surprising, and exciting things about them. To what extent do you believe Facebook "discloses the who"? If Facebook already discloses everything, or if you believe that it hides the “real” person, what consequence does that have for our interpersonal interactions off-line?

Note: If you don’t use Facebook discuss a similar social networking system you are familiar with.