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Virtual Community – Hacktivists & Hacktivism

Research and critically analyse an extant, and ideally vibrant, virtual community in terms of one key “cyberculture theme” of your choice.


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Keyboard Warriors

According to urban dictionary, a “keyboard warrior” is  a person who is unable to express their anger through physical violence (possibly because of their physical weakness or lack of bravery in real life), so instead they express their intense emotions through social media on the medium of the internet, which tends to mostly be in the form of aggressive writing that the “keyboard warrior” would not be able to do in real life for the reason mentioned above. 476 more words


Cyberbullying as a Cyberculture

Source: Samuel Flinn

Cyberbullying is the use of the internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones to repeatedly harm or harass other people in a deliberate manner. 507 more words


Is the future of social media marketing mobile?

Indeed, the future of Social Media Marketing is mobile. This is plain to see with companies strongly relying on social media as a method of marketing and advertising. 402 more words


CyberMarketing: Top 10 Tips to market your business on Twitter

With 284 Million monthly active users, Twitter is the way forward when it comes to social media. It is therefore imperative that for a business to succeed, your business is properly represented on one of the biggest social media platforms in the world. 529 more words


Online Communities - Paradise Cove

An online community is a community that forms on the internet. An online community is a group of people interacting, sharing, and working toward a common goal and members interact via social networks, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. 831 more words


Digital Death & Digital Afterlife

There has been great debate about what what happens to social media profiles after the death of the person. One particular thing grabbed my interest when reading newspapers online. 603 more words