On this blog, readers can expect to find a variety of posts regarding online anonymity with a concentration in technology and writing. This includes looking in-depth at how internet anonymity has both positive and negative aspects especially in social networks, chatrooms and games.

About the Authors:

souder50 (Amy Souder)- A Writing Arts and Elementary Education major at Rowan University and typist at Foundation Title, LLC. Amy is interested in using social networking as an experimental technique to further research online interaction among individuals. Online anonymity is also an intriguing digital age mindset to her that she takes pleasure in researching and blogging about on this page. In her downtime, she enjoys spending quality time with her family, friends and dog.

apfander (Alli Pfander)- Elementary Education and Writing Arts major at Rowan University, Alli is expected to graduate in spring 2014. Using the Internet has simplified Alli’s life. She loves to research questions she has to further her knowledge.  By using social media, she is able to keep in touch with friends and family all over the country which she is very thankful for.  Anonymity online is becoming more and more important in today’s world. In this blog, Alli will do some more research on the topic to answer her questions. When Alli is not at the computer, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

brianneoleary (Brianne O’Leary)- An Early Childhood Education and Writing Arts major at Rowan University, Brianne is a frequent internet user. Brianne uses the internet for several purposes, such as social networking and blogging, as well as keeping in touch with friends and family members. She is an avid supporter of e-readers and technology furthering the availability of literature and other writings. Brianne is your average sarcastic college student who watches too many films and reads everything she can get her hands on. Enjoy.

cscharnagle (Chris Scharnagle) – A Writing Arts and Radio/TV/Fim major at Rowan University.  Chris is an aspiring actor/writer.  He uses social media to keep in touch with his family, since he is the 2nd youngest of 6 kids.  Chris is an active member of the Rowan Television Network and Cinema Workshop.


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