Many of you will have encountered Hanfei either in this community or others around imzy, including one which he started, Social Justice Debates. Given the current climate of online shit-slinging, as a result of or fuelled by social & political events like... Almost half the population of the planet now has access to the internet, with about one in three of those people regularly active on social media. But this increased opportunity to socialise and communicate in a virtual environment has offered new avenues... You turn to blogs, social media and other sites for inspiration. But the more you read, the more you realise that all the good ideas have already been had by someone else in the world. Ever get that feeling? At what point does consumption of others' creat... I did an interview with the Comatose Podcast last month about this project. It was quite an interesting process - being interviewed rather than being the interviewer! It's interesting, because I try to be pretty agnostic about identity/online culture, but... I suppose the idea of having public and personal social accounts is not necessarily that surprising to me - but the fact that the 'real' one is the polished, curated, public version, while the 'fake' Instagram account is the private one reserved for famil... "For me it is also bigger than the channels. I feel like my mission is to engage others in thinking and talking about race, however that happens. I’ve always been kind of a media comm geek...all media are roads but the destination is my own. I hope before... The leaders of The Online Identity Project thought you might also enjoy participating in Social Justice Debates, so they've made it a part of their community neighborhood! Check out the rest of The Online Identity Project community's neighborhood here. What do you think of this article?