Are You A Native?


Welcome to New Media Design for Trimester 3!!!

I
want to get to know you, especially, how you interact with technology
in your life. After reading the following article, answer the questions
at the bottom of this blog post. Remember to sound smart!



Millennials' lead the wired life



New generation 'digital natives in a land of digital
immigrants'





By Athima Chansanchai



MSNBC contributor



Updated: 12:30 p.m. PT Sept
5, 2006



When they were babies,
compact discs were phasing out audio cassettes. When they hit pre-school, the
Internet came into widespread use. In elementary school, they learned how to
surf that ‘Net while vying for the high scores in video games and watching
Disney on DVD. In middle school, pagers and PC’s were part of daily life. In
high school, cell phones with organizers, instant messaging and cameras were in
every classroom.



In college, they can
order books online, bring laptops to class and IM friends while on study breaks
in the library.



This generation of
students is as comfortable with computer screens as the pages of their
textbooks — if not more so. As they go back to school, they’ll continue the
seamless integration of technology into their lives.



They’re known as
Millennials — young adults whose gadgets are like appendages to them. They
can’t imagine life without their cell phones, iPods, computers and being
online. As the Pew Internet & American Life Project astutely observed, they
are “digital natives in a land of digital immigrants.”



One such native,
Samantha Wachtel, 17, a senior at Tamalpais
High School in Marin County, Calif.
does two things when she gets up every morning: checks her pink Razr for missed
calls while she slept and she turns on her Dell computer. Before she leaves the
house for school, she checks e-mail, MySpace, listens to iTunes, instant
messages her friends and sometimes just surfs the Web via Google.



At school, she is
enrolled in the two-year film-based Academy
of Integrated Humanities

an New Media (AIM) program for juniors and seniors. It integrates three subjects
— English, social studies and computer applications. Each year, AIM has a
certain theme that students follow in each of the three classes. Each student
in the program draws from these classes to make documentaries.



“This generation is
really about expressing themselves — ‘me media’ — where they get to connect and
do it themselves,” said Caitlin McBride of Fresh Films, a sponsored
organization that allows high school students in certain cities to compete to
make films in a week.



The road to Wachtel’s
tech savviness began almost from the moment she came into the world.



She can’t really
remember audio cassettes, going right into CD’s as a child. VHS tapes and
players quickly became replaced by DVD’s. She grew up using computers,
recalling how even as a child she used Microsoft Word to type up brief
assignments. On family vacations to Lake Tahoe,
her family would use CD players for those eight-hour round-trip car rides.



“We still do these
trips but the only difference is that instead of CD players, we all have iPods.
We are a family of 6 and 4 of us have iPods,” she said.



Anastasia Goodstein
runs the YPulse blog and is due to release her first book, “Totally Wired: What
Teens and Tweens Are Really Doing Online” next spring, which is about
demystifying the relationship between teens and technology. She said Wachtel’s
experience, like other teens', has been defined by communal links forged
online.



“Napster and peer to
peer networks was a really defining moment for this generation and explains
their sense of entitlement around intellectual property. They grew up file
sharing,” Goodstein said.



Growing up
online


A speech by Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Internet & American Life
Project, published in March, “Life Online: Teens and technology and the world
to come” described how “Millennials have a special relationship to technology.
They are not all tech-savvy…in the sense that they all know what’s going on
‘under the hood’ of their gadgets... but they have a unique attachment to the
communications power of these new technology tools.”



It’s an attachment
Goodstein said stems from some pivotal points in their upbringing.



“IM was a huge
development in that it revolutionized the way younger teens communicate with
each other — especially younger ones, they’re not going out quite as much.
They’re spending a lot of time on IM and text messaging finally taking off in
the states. All these are new ways for teens to stay hyper connected to each
other,” Goodstein said.



It’s such a part of
this generation’s daily life to maintain connectivity, said Beverly Wilkes, an
executive with Oz, a Montreal-based company whose gear allows IM programs to
function on cell phones.



“This is a technology
instant generation, instant with staying connected with group of friends,” she
said. “If you’re running to school you’re still able to chat with your friend…
In study period, you can’t jump on the phone, but you’re able to quietly tap
over a message and keep the conversation going.”



While Malcolm Gladwell
points to a select group of people who are natural “Connectors” who link to a
wide variety of people in “The Tipping Point,” this generation of students has
practically been reared to do that without thinking. They’ve tapped into the
communal kind of flow of information and have figured out quickly how to use
the technology they’ve got on hand to further it.



“They’re individuating
from their parents and finding new family with peers and they want to talk to
them constantly — whether that means commenting on MySpace, texting, IM’ing,
etc,” Goodstein said. “These are all these different ways to keep conversation
going digitally, 24-7. Any devices, any technology that helps them do that is
less about gear and gadgets and more about utility.”



Ten, 20 years ago,
going back to school meant shelling out for a new wardrobe and a Trapper
Keeper, she said. Now, it’s laptops, desktops and cell phones.



Friendster,
MySpace and YouTube


In a timeline of development for these teens, besides the aforementioned
technology, the major highlights would include: Internet based e-mail, laptops,
portable gaming, blogging/vlogging/podcasting, Friendster, MySpace and YouTube.



Wachtel explains
how important it is to maintain that connectivity through MySpace.



“I was against havng a
MySpace for a very, very long time. I claimed my house a ‘MySpace free zone’
for a while because I hated it when people came over and went on their MySpaces
to send comments and what not. Then one of my best friends made me one without
my consent and that is probably the only reason I have one today,” she said. “I
wouldn’t consider myself one of the many ‘MySpace addicts’ who go on five times
a day and compete for the amount of friends and constantly put up new pictures
of themselves hoping people will think it’s cool and comment on it. I simply go
on to keep in touch with people I hardly ever see or talk to.”



In Wachtel’s world,
pocket electronic dictionaries and Donkey Kong racing with her older brother
was the norm. Now, she finds herself on the computer every night either
typing up a report or doing research for a class. And in applying for colleges,
she downloads applications and finds out about the schools online.





When Stefani Beser, 19, of Pikesville, Maryland, applied to colleges two years
ago she did it all online, eventually ending up at the nearby Villa Julie
College, where she is about to begin her sophomore year.



“I personally though it
was easier,” she said. “With paperwork things get lost and ripped and you also
have to deal with postage.”



Like Wachtel, she grew
up with video games (a very early edition Gameboy), CD’s (her first one being
No Doubt’s “Tragic
Kingdom
”) and always, a
portable CD player. While she didn’t get her first cell phone until she was 15,
her younger sister got one when she was 11 — a fact of how advanced and how
necessary that particular piece of mobility has become.



It wasn’t until about
third grade that Beser was introduced to the Internet by the school librarian.



“I remember at first
wondering, how does this work, and it got to be where I can’t live without it,”
Beser said. Like many people her age, she uses her computer for e-mail, IM’s,
music, video watching, some blogging, Facebook and MySpace.”



For her, IM’ing is a
means to an end. And parents, you might want to pay attention to what she’s
saying as your students go back to school this fall.



“I also think cell
phone bills can get expensive, so it’s easier to send a quick message,” she
said. “With college friends split up all over the country, it’s saving you a
lot of money and it’s still a conversation.”



From the cradle to
college, this is a generation that’s not only emerged as one of the most tech
efficient and adaptable, and more than ever, linked to peers learning and
adapting the same way.



© 2006 MSNBC Interactive

After reading our article for this week, we learned that people of
our generation are considered Digital Natives, meaning that our first
"language" is technology. Our first blog discussion will be a kind of
survey. Please copy the survey below, and then paste it into your
response, along with your answers. Please answer all of the questions,
and feel free to comment on someone else's survey response.

Your response is due BEFORE class on Friday.

_____

Name:

What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?

Why?

Do you IM?

Do you Text?

What's your favorite website?

How long do you spend on the Internet each day?

Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:

Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?

My main mode of communication is:

What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)

____

What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

IM

SN

Chatroom

Wikipedia

LOL

POS

Limewire

File Sharing

___

Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?

How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?

Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?







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  1. Brenda G. says:

    Name:BRENDA GEEEEEEEEE![=

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?

    Be without TV.

    Why?

    Well, because sometimes the TV doesn't have the shows I want to watch. But, such as YouTube, and other websites have the shows I want to watch.

    Do you IM?

    Yes.

    Do you Text?

    Yes.

    What's your favorite website?

    Yahoo!, Neopets, Facebook, and Blogspot.

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?

    Almost from 5 or 6 till the rest of the day. Unless I need to go somewhere, or use the bathroom, OR eat ;D

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:

    They're pretty good at using the computer.

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?

    Sometimes, if I spend too much time on it, or if I'm supposed do my work, but instead I'm chatting.

    My main mode of communication is:

    Usually, phone or IM.

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)

    Erm, I think sharing personal information and hobbies, interests, music is okay, but sharing more than that is just going too far.
    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM-chat

    SN-screenname

    Chatroom-people

    Wikipedia-search

    LOL-AHHA ROFL, LSHIC

    POS-???

    Limewire-MUSIC!

    File Sharing- Sharing files!
    __________________________________

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?

    I do suppose it's stealing, but just saying that makes me a hypocrite >.<

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?

    I don't really get this question xDD

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?

    I am a digital native, but my parents are digital immagrants.

  2. Brenda G. says:

    Oh yeah, and I have a question, is Limewire still illegal?
    D=

  3. D. Paszkiewicz says:

    Limewire, the software program, is not illegal to have on your computer, but using it to "share" music, movies, and software programs without paying for them /is/ illegal.

    It also can be dangerous, since you're opening up your entire computer to someone else to send and receive data. What most people don't read in the fine print (legalese) is that you have to specify which folders you want to keep private (and most people don't read that, so all data becomes public... tax data, credit card numbers, love letters...)

  4. Jonathan L. says:

    I had a cousin who used limewire, and his whole computer system needed to be shut down. My dad would never let me use limewire and I don't think my cousin's dad would either... (9_9)

  5. Joyce L. says:

    yah but i heard that Limewire was illegal because you don't know what you're downloading so you could be downloading some advertisement.

  6. Jonathan L. says:

    It's not illegal by itself. It's illegal when you share music to other people. It's dangerous because the computer is vulnerable

  7. Erica Y. says:

    Sorry Brenda this has nothing to do with your comment (well, maybe a little) but I would like to make this known- POS= Parent over shoulder!!

  8. Sabrina R. says:

    Name: Sabrina

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?

    Why?
    Without internet, because it get's boring after a while.
    Do you IM?
    yes.
    Do you Text?
    no.
    What's your favorite website?
    myspace.com
    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?
    Depends, if i have homework or not. No homework= about 30 minutes.
    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:
    my dad is a genius my mom...not so much.
    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?
    Not really, im not on the internet enough
    My main mode of communication is:
    phone.
    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    i think perople who do that are, let's put this nicely...STUPID!
    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM
    instant messaging
    SN
    screen name
    Chatroom
    alot of people
    Wikipedia
    i hate you!
    LOL
    somebody laughing
    POS
    a parent watching their child
    Limewire
    music
    File Sharing
    normal
    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    umm, i wouldnt call it stealing, i guess it's okay
    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?
    have students do more classwork on the comeputer it's more fun, and it's something different.
    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    i am a digital native and my mom is too but my dad is an immigrant

  9. Erica Y. says:

    Name:Kyoko Hanabashi (if this was something i signed up for, this is what i would put instead of erica...) aka erica young

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? Without TV.

    Why? You can watch TV on the internet.... although if I had a slow connection and all the dvds i wanted, I would go with TV... although if there was no dvd player... (trails on)

    Do you IM? sometimes, not really... my parents dont let me do that much.

    Do you Text? Nope. To me its a waste of time (no offence to all those texting obsessionists out there...)and money, even if you have unlimited texting. why would you need texting if you have a cell phone...? its just another way for cell phone companies to get some extra cash... besides my parents don't let me...

    What's your favorite website? herm.... either my email, (gmail and hotmail)xanga, onemanga, youtube, quizilla, animelyrics, orrr/aanndd... (maybe) wikipedia (because its sooo usueful..)

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? herm... hard to say because I dont go on it a lot... (my very asian parents say: go read a book! practice your violin! practice your math! practice your chinese! practice practice practice!!) on avarage half an hour to an hour... maybe if im lucky 2 hours or 3....

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: my mom- fairly good- probably because she has so much paperwork and taxes, my dad- herm....very good, or at least higher than avarage... he opens like 10 (at least)taps at once, and has more than enough windows.... he also downloads a lot of weird songs onto my computer, scolds me/mother for not doing virus scan enough, and yea...

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? Yes they do... (refer to the 'how long you spend on internet thing...')

    My main mode of communication is: email and telephone. mainly phone/talking because i reply to emails slowly...

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) its a risk i shall not take. if i sign up for something, i use another name...

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM: instant messaging or aim...

    SN:screennames.. with lotsa numbers!! (like Geek_Lord3.1415 or something...) ha like how to be a nerd!! (dont give into peer pressure!)

    Chatroom: talking... with lotsa bad grammar and spelling errors!!! with stuff like this :-) :-( >.< < o.O ^_^ (or other.) o yes and also the word forbidden cuz thats what my parents say 2 me when i ask them about it....


    Wikipedia: Information!! Kat-Tun!!! UVERworld!! Toshiro Hitsuguya-san!! Taiyaki! Takoyaki!Bleach! Foooooodddddd~~~ (and others)

    LOL: hahahha

    POS:idk... positive...?

    Limewire: songs! afkg! UVERworld!!! Orange Range!!! Blood+!!

    File Sharing: Fun sometiimes, but dangerous... virus..

  10. Brenda G. says:

    AHHA Erica.
    You watch too much TV.
    and.
    I LOVE NIGAHIGA! =D

  11. Erica Y. says:

    actually, i dont, or rather, I can't.... my parents think it will 'bring my grades down...'

  12. Erica Y. says:

    nigahiga!!!! (hi fives computer screen)

  13. Jonathan L. says:

    おやまあ (Oh my)... NO one cares about your Japanese name...

  14. Erica Y. says:

    あなた愚かです!! who cares if this has nothing to with what you said ととろ!! 締めなさい.. (assuming that this was the right term.... or フレーズは、正しいと仮定して...i think...) ish... whtever. besides, you didn't even anwser any of the questions ととろ!! muahahahhahhahahahh.... >] ha itz looks like gin!!

  15. Jonathan L. says:

    Erica stop cussing (I can read and if Mr. Pasz sees this you're in trouble~) and I'm notトトロ. (X_X)

  16. Jonathan L. says:

    Oh by the way, Totoro has to be in かたかな...

  17. Erica Y. says:

    i kno that but my computer doesn't do as well with かたかな than the other one but if you insist... カタカナ i shall type in.トトロ. :p i kno both anyway. i dont care if this is wrong but your a バカ and im typing stuff in カタカナ because i feel like it. besides, like half your comments have nothing to do with the topic and this has to do with the topic because im telling you that your off topic.

  18. Jonathan L. says:

    Mr. Pasz if u ever read this, Erica is cussing!!!

  19. Erica Y. says:

    hey.... im not cussing!!! don't lie. i typed this with the "people can type this and find out what im saying" in mind so there.

  20. Jonathan L. says:

    You're the one who's lying, I can read Kanji as well.

  21. Jonathan L. says:

    So you're telling me that baka isn't a bad word...

  22. Jonathan L. says:

    Apparantly you still don't know that I'm not in New Media Design and I already this when I was in New Media. Go to trimester 2's and find out your self. (=_=)

  23. Erica Y. says:

    o yesh and i like cinnamonstars(aka oranges in the sun- fan manga for ナルト(naruto) with good 漫画家- the art is awesome!! (mangaka))

  24. Jonathan L. says:

    Stop showing off your 知惠遅れの Japanese Skills!!! \(*O*)/

  25. Erica Y. says:

    hey dont be mean トトロ... (ha besides i knew it was supposed to be in カタカナ because I knew how to read your name トトロ-笨蛋.) it's not my fault my 日本言語 sux cuz unlike probably you, I was mostly 自己教えた... (assuming that that's correct again.)oh yes and it's obious that you're in Video pro. (I saw the class list thingy) I also know that you were in New Media design LAST TRIMESTER not only because you so boldly pointed that out to me, but also because i remember that you asked me (loudly) 'why I was in this class.' (I was in thursday crew and was trying to finish our music video with all the rest of the people in the group if you didn't hear my response.)

  26. Jonathan L. says:

    I happen to know that u were in Video Production and u were making some movies. And you still won't stop showing off your いやな Japanese Skills!!!!!!!!

  27. Erica Y. says:

    あなたは変な愚かトトロ. i was making a MUSIC VIDEO with my group. dont be mean and a 愚か. it's a bad combination. you are also, on teh other hand, typing nonsensical things in japanese insults about me. so do me a favor and 黙れ.

  28. Jonathan L. says:

    If you're using a internet translator, it's probably not even right. I on the other hand is using an old fashioned dictionary. Maybe you should しずかにください!

  29. Jonathan L. says:

    Stop cussing and writing ばか!!!

  30. Erica Y. says:

    well it's kinda hard not to stop typing ばか, because there is one called トトロ!! (aka you) you can't even type in english correctly! Your grammar sucks! You used 'is' when it's supposed to be 'am'. And also, I am insulted. I am, as a matter of fact, mainly using my brain, a textbook, and a itty bitty pocket translator.

    If you're using a internet translator, it's probably not even right. I on the other hand is using an old fashioned dictionary. Maybe you should しずかにください!

  31. Jonathan L. says:

    I am using a dictionary called Kenkyusha's Green Lighthouse!!! You don't even know what しずかにください and besides your brain as small as the former Taiwan President's wife.

  32. Jonathan L. says:

    I didn't write this?!

  33. Erica Y. says:

    yes you did. i copied and pasted it to my response, トトロ! it was to prove my point. besides, in class you were talking about teh recent blog, som im SURE its you

  34. Erica Y. says:

    oh yes, and this...
    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    idk and ikc... (more of an idc tho... does anyone really use that term...? i have yet 2 find out... anna does, but she's the only one (apart from me)whom I know uses it...)(idc: i dont care and idk: i dont know for those of you who are clueless/(although im sure not as much as me) dont use that term.) technically, some people call it stealing, but that's generally the people who want to make money off of it... people still generally give credit to the singer, so i dont really see any harm to it.... the record companies/singers are generally really rich anyways...

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?

    We could communicate through the computer (IM!!!)like we are now, and yea...

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    I am a digital native, my parents... umm... does TV count as digital...? if so they are natives, if not... well they said there were computers when they were born, but they owned one technically in junior high ish time... my monny said that she first used something called 'commedore 64'(sp?) (or something like that, im not really sure what that is... Mr. Pasz,if you know what this is, can you explain...? ) im not really sure if they're digital immigrants or natives... maybe immigrants...?

  35. Erica Y. says:

    o yes and i looked at the website martinlutherking.org... wow. i cant believe that stuffs on teh internet

  36. Jonathan L. says:

    Why are you visiting that site?! You're always off the topic...

  37. Erica Y. says:

    hey. its not off topic. mr. pasz was disscusing it with our class (which btw, you are not in) it was propoganda!!! (sp...?)

  38. Jonathan L. says:

    U spelled prop_o_ganda wrong!!!

  39. Jenny Z. says:

    Name: Jenny Zeng.

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?

    Definitely TV. xDD

    Why?

    TV isn't as interactive, and what kind of information you get is limited. D: Which is bad.

    Do you IM?

    A lot.

    Do you Text?

    I don't have a phone. D:

    What's your favorite website?

    Hard question. It's a tie. Between YouTube, Google and Wikipedia.

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?

    A couple hours? 3-4? That's so sad. D:

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:

    My mom actually doesn't use the Internet as much as my dad does. My mom knows a little beyond the basic knowledge to get around on the Internet, but she uses computers at work to put in data, send e-mails and type reports. My dad, on the other hand, uses quite a bit more internet. He runs a company in China that designs computers, and therefore is on the computer almost all day.

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?

    Not really, sometimes. Mostly I can use it after I finish my homework.

    My main mode of communication is:

    Talking? Or if you're talking about over the computer, mostly IMing. E-Mail is getting outdated. D:

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)

    My dad is strictly against sharing any kinds of personal information, but I believe that sharing to others what you enjoy doing [hobbies] is okay, as long as you do not reveal too much information about your identity.
    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM: Chatspeak. No lie.

    SN: My SN! Which I will not put on here in fear of STALKERS.

    Chatroom: AIM. Spam. xDDD

    Wikipedia: Arguably the best site on the Internet.

    LOL: Haha. Literally.

    POS: It sounds like POV. But I don't think it relates.

    Limewire: ILLLLLEEGALLLLL. D:

    File Sharing: ILLLLEEGALLLLL AGAINN. Right?


    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?

    No. But I guess that money will be lost as a result of that, but TOO BAD, BIG RECORD COMPANIES. Uh.

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?

    More computers? I unno. I think First Avenue actually uses a lot of technology in the classes. So I don't know how to respond, really.

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?

    Definitely a native, w00t! [I read the blog about w00t being a real word. ;D Awesome.] My parents? I think my dad was a digital immigrant, but he doesn't have a "digital accent" whereas my mother has a slight "digital accent".


    Is that all?

  40. Jonathan L. says:

    "but I believe that sharing to others what you enjoy doing [hobbies] is okay, as long as you do not reveal too much information about your identity."

    Actually many people who kidnap you will actually lure you to show out your information. (Play the MISSING Game)

  41. Erica Y. says:

    whats that...?

  42. Erica Y. says:

    oh yea man! wiki all the way!!

  43. Guillaume L. says:

    me=guillaume lam

    no tv or internet
    -no tv;

    why
    -internet=games,im,tv

    do you text
    -not really

    do you im
    -whenever i'm on the computer

    favorite website(s)
    -none really...

    how long do you spend on the computer each day?
    - normally on weekdays like 30 mins everyday, but on weekends 3-5 hrs. If i'm really bored sometime 8(summer once or twice)

    describe your parents' computer skills:
    -mom: pretty good but i still have to help her on stuff like virus scan or editing in publisher
    -dad:...um don't know..he doesnt us it a lot since he doesnt have much free time

    do your parents limit/block your computer activity
    -no

    my main mode of communication is: IM

    what do you think of personal info sharing on the computer
    -it's ok as long as you dont share everything about you

    What I think about these words
    -IM: friends,chat

    -SN:aim, my sn(not telling unless someone tells theirs first)

    -chatroom: talking with friends about randomness like school stuff

    -wikipedia: LIES or facts

    -LOL: ROFL, laugh out loud

    -POS:... dont know

    -Limewire:free music!

    -file sharing: nothing wrong with that

    --------

    -file sharing for music is ok since other people bought the music before sharing but music companies lose money..oh well they already are loaded

    -teahcers should give assignments with more internet use

    -i'm a digital native but my parents are digital immigrants

  44. Jenny Z. says:

    WIKIPEDIA IS NOT LIES. D:

  45. Jonathan L. says:

    Actually Jenny, the truth is that I made up a lie there once. I conclude that other people must have lied then. Of course it'll tell you when they need citations.

  46. Jonathan L. says:

    Oh my... I still see the same people over and over again, with the exception of Guillaume.

  47. Chen C. says:

    you still comment.:::000

  48. Jonathan L. says:

    I already did this so I don't think I should comment that much. (I'm Jonathan Lai) (/o^)/

  49. Joyce L. says:

    yah well it doesn't hurt to do it again.

  50. Erica Y. says:

    dont fall for his lies!! itz totoro akaととろ aka jonathan *LI*!!!!

  51. Jonathan L. says:

    You use Jonathan Li on me?! What an insult!!!

  52. Erica Y. says:

    well you are jonathan li aka ばかトトロ aka totoro

  53. Jonathan L. says:

    I am not. That's the retarded one in our class!!!

  54. Erica Y. says:

    aha! you say I cuss eh?? you said retarded!!! muahahahhhahahah... also 'baka' isn't a cuss word. it means idiot. which is what you (ahem if i may be so blunt) are. at least while commenting on this blog. (go thursday crew!)

  55. Jonathan L. says:

    Boo Thursday Crew!!! Go Wednesday Crew!!!

  56. Chen C. says:

    I know his middle name is totoro before you did.

  57. Yong Xiang(Leo) J. says:

    Name:
    Leo Jiang

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?
    T.V.

    Why?
    Because the T.V. arly has anything anymore and theres (*WAY*) too many ad.s Also you can watch T.V. shows online now and its free and no ad.s :-)

    Do you IM?
    Yes...

    Do you Text?
    No, I can't Too expensive ($.15 per text)

    What's your favorite website?
    I really don't have on i just go on random websites watch videos and sometimes read articles.

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?
    Oh, wow.. uh... let see.. I think about like 3 hours or sometimes more on weekends...

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:
    Im pretty much the "Tehc Geek" in my house They all have computers but all they know to do is... look at website. and set passwords -_-*

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?
    No, because i set it up so others can't change my "pre-set" settings. Only i can change it.

    My main mode of communication is:
    Talking to friends in school, Phone, IM, Um... Oh and speaking of IM "letters" are like dead now. You barly get letters.

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    NOOOO DO NOT SHARE YOUR PERSONAL INFO. ANYWHERE. YOU ARE MONITORED 24/7 BY THE IAO. DO NOT POST PERSONAL INFO.

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM Talk to friends online...

    SN Uh... Tin? o-o

    Chatroom Bad... Don't use...

    Wikipedia INFO. AND LOTS OF IT :-)

    LOL Internet slang for laugh out loud

    POS Point of sale????

    Limewire Don't use illegal to share music, movies, and others.

    File Sharing Think about the people who made the "file" They need to get paid to make more "files" but if you share without paying... they can't make more and it will be the end of music or movies or videos and etc...

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    It is "virtually" stealing. The people who compose the music need money to compose more music for you. so theres like a chain... they make music>>>you buy>>>They get money make more music>>> you buy New music>>> etc etc... But if you add Sharing file in that chain it stops and the "composers" can make more music...

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?
    BETTER COMPUTERS PLEASE, THANK YOU. Really not to offend any teachers but what SLOW computers. I mean Mr. Pasz is the ONLY on that has "good" computers (and i think Mrs. Stewart) They need more funds for better computers. Ms. Zeuli HAS WINDOWS 98 AND ONLY 2 OF THEM AND THEY ARE SLOWER THAN ROCKS (note how rocks DO NOT move).

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    I am but not my parents.

  58. Michelle M. says:

    Name: Lindsey

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?
    -without tv.

    Why?
    -because you can watch tv on the internet.

    Do you IM? -yes

    Do you Text? -yes.

    What's your favorite website?
    myspace.com

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?
    -i dont know.

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:
    -they can use the computer pretty well. the only thing they might have trouble with is like word. LMAO. haha.

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?
    -no.

    My main mode of communication is:
    aim, text, phone, myspace.

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    -ehh, i dont think people should put there last names, and i dont thinkk like they should put anything where someone could track you by just seeing what you wrote.

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM: aim.

    SN: screename

    Chatroom: ew.

    Wikipedia: lies.

    LOL: fob.

    POS: uh, i dont know what POS means.

    Limewire: doesnt work on my computer. :p

    File Sharing: i think file sharing is good between friends, like if i sent a picture to my friend or a song, like through aim... then i think its okayy.

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    -well, it probalby is, but i dont think of it that way.. because, someone put there movie or whatever on something were WE were able to downloaddd, and so i think its there fault.
    hahaha.

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?
    - they can get more computers. :]]
    andd.. i think this question is worded wrongg.. o.o

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    -i think ima a digital native and my parents are digital immigrants.

  59. Jasmine F. says:

    Name: Jasmine

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?
    TV

    Why?
    Because you can do so much more on the internet. you can talk with other people, research stuff, watch videos, and lots more. the TV is just one way of being lazy, I guess.

    Do you IM?
    yes

    Do you Text?
    YES!

    What's your favorite website?
    it would have to be myspace.

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?
    it depends. Some days when i'm just too busy, I go on for about 5 minutes, while on days when i am extremely bored or NEED to talk to my friends, then a couple of hours. it depends on my mood, really...

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:
    My dad is more internet-savvy than my mom. My dad just takes a few glances at a manuel sometimes, and pretends he knows what he's doing, but he doesn't know the technology as well as we kids do today. As for my mom, she is a TOTAL digital immigrant. She ALWAYS uses a manual or instructions, and goes step by step...

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?
    My parents don't really limit me on the computer unless they are 100% sure that i am doing something wrong (and have failed miserably at trying). But they pretty much trust me when it comes to being safe on the internet and all that stuff...

    My main mode of communication is:
    AIM, email, texting, cell phone, myspace

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    i think sharing information on the internet is okay, but i do believe that people need to be careful with what they put on the internet, and who they show it to (like on myspace). you never know what could happen...
    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM-talking

    SN-screen name

    Chatroom- bad place to share info

    Wikipedia- bad place to do research

    LOL- internet lingo

    POS-what?

    Limewire- iPods

    File Sharing-uhh...

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    i dont really think it is stealing. These people who own the companies that give free music to download might be licensed, and we might be getting the good end of the deal...

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?
    They could let kids use more websites for projects...there are more that i know of but i just cant name them...i hate it when i cant remember them!!! >:[[[

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    i am a digital native. i grew up with technology, and technology is the future obviously. As for my parents...as i explained before, my dad is more internet savvy, than my mom, but they are both OBVIOUSLY digital immigrants...

  60. Joyce L. says:

    Name: (*Joyce*)

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? (*Both*)

    Why? (*Because I'm already going without TV and the internet because my internet is really slow.*)

    Do you IM? (*yes*)

    Do you Text? (*no*)

    What's your favorite website? (*mysoju, youtube, yahoo, gamefudge, heavygames, blog, and wikipedia*)

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? (*1-2 hours on the weekday and 5-9 hours on the weekend*)

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: (*My mom can use the computer pretty well, but she still needs help on a few things. My dad knows more than I do basically because he uses the computer a lot in his job.*)

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? (*Yah no computer on the weekdays unless its for homework*)

    My main mode of communication is: (*e-mail, phone, or AIM*)

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) (*I would share hobbies and all the other stuff that doesn't give a way who you are. So, no name, no school, no e-mail address, no siblings, etc.*)

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM- (*talking with friends and instant messaging*)

    SN- (*username*)

    Chatroom- (*group of people talking*)

    Wikipedia- (*fake or real information*)

    LOL- (*laugh out loud*)

    POS- (*?)

    Limewire- (*illegal downloading*)

    File Sharing-
    (free information*)

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing? (*I don't exactly know since it doesn't have a price written on it*)

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms? (*They could get more computors so that we could get research papers and typed projects done faster.*)

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    (*I am a digital native. My parents are kind of in the middle.*)

  61. Boming(Eric) C. says:

    Name: Eric Cheng
    Without TV because you can watch TV shows on the internet.
    Yes I IM.
    No I don't text.
    My favorite website is Google because it is very convenient.
    I spend the internet about three hours actively daily, but my computer (internet) is on about 6 hours
    My parents are pretty good at using a computer.
    No my parents don't limit my time unless i go on for like a day without stopping.
    My main mode of communicating is IMing or calling
    I don't think it is a good idea to put personal information on the internet.
    IM= Instant Messaging
    SN= Screen Name
    Chatroom= Dangerous if strangers can go on
    Wikipedia= The free online encyclopedia
    LOL= Laugh
    POS= no idea
    Limewire= Illegal
    Personal Sharing= Nothing
    I think illegally downloading music is unfair for the singer but it will eventually be the standard
    Teachers SHOULD have better technology.
    I am a digital native.

  62. Tiffany D. says:

    Name: Tiffany Diep [[=

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? without tv.

    Why? i hardly watch tv nowadays since i have internet. haha

    Do you IM? yes i doo.

    Do you Text? occasionally.

    What's your favorite website? perezhilton.com LOL.

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? depends. probably 1-2 hours a day.

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: they know how to use it, but dont use it on a daily basis.

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? nopeee.

    My main mode of communication is: aim. [=

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    on my myspace i did put my name, hobbies, school, and that stuff but i limited it. i didnt go too far, like sharing my phone number, address, etc.

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM - Who's on? D:

    SN - tiffanywasherex

    Chatroom - ehh

    Wikipedia - SO USEFUL. but can be false info.

    LOL - laugh.

    POS - idk what that means.

    Limewire - free music.

    File Sharing - convenient.

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    well, i dont consider it stealing. i consider it "borrowing" lol. but dont people copy cd's anyway? isnt that equivalent to file sharing? o_o

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms? get rid of textbooks. maybe instead of writing on paper we can do our homework online? D:

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    digital native for sure! and my parents are obviously digital immigrants :p

  63. Jingyu(Crystal) T. says:

    Name:Crystal Tong

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?
    TV

    Why?
    Computer is lot more helpful than TV.

    Do you IM?
    Yes.

    Do you Text?
    No, too expensive.

    What's your favorite website?
    Google,Wikipedia,Youtube,(some chinese websites)

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?
    About two hours.

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:
    They only use computer for their works, check e-mail, and read online newspapers.

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?
    No, they have their own laptop.

    My main mode of communication is:
    Phone and MSN.

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    I never shared my real information on the internet.

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM-talking

    SN-screen name

    Chatroom-talk talk talk, a place with lies

    Wikipedia-helpful and false info.

    LOL-laugh our loud

    POS-huh?

    Limewire-free, legally illegal music

    File Sharing-sharing favors

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    Well, it is not right to download music without paying. It is also somehow stealing.
    However, there are many people getting music in this way. They think download music directly online brings them a lot more convenience. Even the people think that is illegal are also using it.

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?
    Instead of doing everything on the paper, we can just do them online.

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    I am a digital native, but my parents are digital immigrant.

  64. Erica Y. says:

    HEY!!!! does anyone know what POS stands for???? of so thank you!!!

  65. Erica Y. says:

    im going to anwser my question (im posting this twice so people can see this if they didn't) I would like to make this known- POS= Parent over shoulder!!

  66. Katrina W. says:

    Name: Katrina Wong
    I would rather be without tv because the internet has tv shows we can watch.
    No i do not IM only on my frieds house on her computer with her SN.
    Only on my friends phone that has unlimited texting.
    My favorite website is between Youtube and Google.
    I spend one to two hours a day on the computer.
    My mom works on the computer in a bank and partially does web designing and my dad is pretty good with computers he can fix them and work with them well.
    Yes my parents do block my internet activities.
    My main mode of communication is my email.
    I think it kind of invades personal privacy and in may danger you so i don't.
    IM- chatting online and fun
    SN- username
    Chatroom- lots of people talking and chatting
    Wikipedia-a source of information
    LOL- haha laugh out loud
    POS- if it is parent over shoulder according to Erica... then uh-oh i'm probably in trouble
    Limewire- downloading illegal music
    File Sharing- Sharing files???

  67. Benjamin H. says:

    Name:

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet?

    TV
    Why?
    You can play stuff like Maplestory with Internet!

    Do you IM?
    nope

    Do you Text?
    no

    What's your favorite website?
    youtube, deviantart, and a bunch of other stuff

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day?
    varies, mostly on the weekend

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers:
    Dad, computer genius; mom, not so much

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity?
    Only if I hang on for more than 4hours straight

    My main mode of communication is:
    talking

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)
    it attracts stalkers like flies to a dead animal, you may meet new people this way though
    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM
    Talking on the computer

    SN
    What the heck?

    Chatroom
    Peole talking together on the computer

    Wikipedia
    encyclopedia

    LOL
    funny!

    POS
    ?

    Limewire
    ?

    File Sharing
    ?

  68. Benjamin H. says:

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?




    downloading free music is defietly not stealing if some one let's you do it for free!

    teachers can use better technology by bringing in better technology into their classrooms

    I am a native, my dad probaly immigrated during college, my mom when she married him.

  69. Benjamin H. says:

    is anyone on?

  70. Veronica Y. says:

    Name: Veronica Yu

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? be without tv

    Why? i think the internet is more itresting... :-)

    Do you IM? yes

    Do you Text? when it is neccesary

    What's your favorite website? youtube

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? i only go on on weekends mostly

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: theyre not that great at using the computers ...

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? sometimes they think im going online for no reason

    My main mode of communication is: my phone or aim

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) i thnk its ok... sometimes scary but sometimes i think its ok

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM: aim

    SN: my sn

    Chatroom: friends

    Wikipedia: a "dictionary"

    LOL: laughing

    POS: ?

    Limewire: music

    File Sharing: complicated

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing?
    i wouldnt say i think its stealing... but i think its risky... evn though i use it quite alot
    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms?
    give us a laptop and use it for homework use :-)
    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    i thnk im a dugital native and my parents are digital imagrants... it hink

  71. Michelle K. says:

    Name: Michelle

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? without T.V.

    Why? everything on T.V. is on the internet

    Do you IM? no, i'm IM-Less

    Do you Text? no,i'm phone-less

    What's your favorite website? don't have one

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? countless hours

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: i'm the computer expert... only in my family

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? no

    My main mode of communication is: the home phone

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) not so comfortable

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM instant messaging- something i lack

    SN screen name

    Chatroom place where you chat

    Wikipedia a false information website

    LOL laugh out loud

    POS what the heck is that???

    Limewire (a lime colored wired... jk)illegal program used to download songs... not that i should know...

    File Sharing ? (now i know... look at the question below)

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing? i really don't know what it is, but i guess it's "borrowing"

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms? more computers (faster ones)

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents?
    i'm a digital native, my parents are digital immigrants

  72. Raymond T. says:

    Name: Raymond

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? - without TV

    Why? - because i find the internet alot more interesting and comercial free

    Do you IM? - yes

    Do you Text? - no

    What's your favorite website? www.youtube.com

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? - about 4 hours max

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: - very poor, they cannot manage an email account w/o my help

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? - sure, if they knew how to, and if they knew that was even possible

    My main mode of communication is: - AIM

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) - I don't think its safe

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM - AIM

    SN - AIM

    Chatroom - AIM

    Wikipedia - strange name for a search engine

    LOL - funny

    POS - positive?

    Limewire - shareware = police gonna find u o_o

    File Sharing - ?

  73. Brenda G. says:

    OMGOMGOMG.
    SERIOUSLY?!
    But Limewire's sucha good place to get music T-T

  74. So Yun M. says:

    Name:SaraMoon(my real name is SOYUN MOON)

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? Without TV

    Why? because I DON'T WATCH TV

    Do you IM? nope

    Do you Text? nope

    What's your favorite website? Korean website

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? I CANNOT spend time onthe internet in weekdays.

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: they can check e-mail and download the video

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? no

    My main mode of communication is: Korean website

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc)i don't think it's good

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM program

    SN don't know

    Chatroom don't know

    Wikipedia homework

    LOL hhhhhhhhh

    POS pose?

    Limewire don't know

    File Sharing don't know

    _

  75. Katrina W. says:

    i am answering the last part of the question because i didn't see it and so

    I think that downloading music without paying for it is not really stealing i think it of more as borrowing

    Teachers should get more computers and they should be faster and that they should have projecters

    I definetley am a digital native i have grown up with technology and everything
    My parents are probably didgital immigrants

  76. Ben(Amanda) L. says:

    ___

    Name: Amanda

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? :without TV

    Why? :because internet can talk to other people.

    Do you IM? :no

    Do you Text? :yes

    What's your favorite website? : www.tudou.com

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? :3hours

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: use internet

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? : no

    My main mode of communication is: www.baidu.com

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) :no good


    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM :computer

    SN :?

    Chatroom :?

    Wikipedia :?

    LOL :...

    POS :...

    Limewire :line

    File Sharing :...

    _

  77. Ching Fung(Felix) C. says:

    Name: Felix

    What would you rather do without- be without TV or without internet?,without TV

    Why?-because internet can talk to other people and play games

    Do you IM? :no

    Do you Text? :yes

    What's your favorite website? : www.tudou.com and www.youtube.com

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? :5 hours and sometimes depends

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: use internet, know all microsoft and mostly all computer systems bbecause my dad is a college computer teacher for 25 years

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? : no, but yell at me and make me log off..=.=''

    My main mode of communication is: www.baidu.com, www.youtube.com, www.tudou.com

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) :no good to me


    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM :computer

    SN : password

    Chatroom : talking

    Wikipedia : informations

    LOL :...=.=''

    POS :...>.

  78. Melissa C. says:

    Name: Melissa Cho

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? be without TV

    Why? uhh...cuz i dont watch that much tv...

    Do you IM? yeah- AIM

    Do you Text? no

    What's your favorite website? idk

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? probably 30 minutes

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: umm... don't
    AIM for more than an hour and no MYspace

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? some

    My main mode of communication is: uhh talking at school...

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) idk- i never did it before

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM- um AIM

    SN- mines...fabulusmelissa (its conceited, but w.e its just a sn)

    Chatroom- uhh rooms where people can chat on

    Wikipedia- a cool website

    LOL - laugh out loud

    POS- parent over shoulder...haha i just copied erica's

    Limewire- musiccccc

    File Sharing- uhh idk i dont do it

  79. Morgan W. says:

    Name:Morgan Wells

    What would you rather: be without TV or without internet? internet

    Why? becaus i watch tv more

    Do you IM? no

    Do you Text? yes alot

    What's your favorite website? my space

    How long do you spend on the Internet each day? 30 min

    Describe your parents' abilities and skills using the Internet/computers: they don't really use the internet alot. only sometimes to look up things.

    Do your parents limit/block your internet activity? no

    My main mode of communication is: my cell phone

    What do you think about sharing personal information on the internet? (name, hobbies, school, etc) i think it is ok to let people know your name and birthday but not your address

    __

    What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word:

    IM: talking

    SN: idk

    Chatroom: danger

    Wikipedia: dictionary

    LOL: funny

    POS: idk

    Limewire: music

    File Sharing: no good

    _

    Speaking of file sharing, what is your opinion of downloading music without paying for it? Is it stealing? no if people put it on there than i guess it means they don't care.

    How could teachers better use technology in classrooms? to use them for test insted of wasting paper.

    Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant? What about your parents? A digital native. A digital immigrant.

  80. Brenda G. says:

    LOLOLLL HAIII. :-D
    I'M AT AHS RIGHT NOW. :3
    LOLKAYTHXBAI.


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