Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist at CERN, invented the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989. That single invention, created the world we now call online, and in case you didn’t notice, it fundamentally changed the way we live, the way we work and especially the way we interact with one another.
The differences between journalists and bloggers are larger than most of us would like to admit. Not all journalist, however, are created equal, as are not all bloggers.
Inspiration can be found in a lot of different places. Books, nature, photography, people, newspapers and my personal favourite, magazines. I’m always on the lookout for something more. Something different.
If you’re not aware, the internet has changed everything. But the process isn’t over. According to some, this is only the beginning.
What this article is about is the online content we cannot control. Our, so to say, online personality. The one created by other people, journalists, your ex or the media at large.
Taken, that we’re not all famous or well known and still struggling with getting over the 234 average friends on our Facebook account (Figures from 31 December 2011), it is still something real, and still something worth thinking about.