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While I do not want to take this dominant view of RL communication versus online communication head on, I do want to speak in the defense of the latter. Logfiles and message histories preserve our conversations .
Rather than simply being an inferior way of communicating, I’d like to point out some specific advantages of IM communication which may or may not be obvious. In the old days, ICQ used to give you little text boxes into which you typed a message, which would be sent off and disappear from your screen. When your online conversation partner gives you shit about something you supposedly have said, of which you are sure you haven’t, all you have to do is locate the appropriate logfile and present him or her with the cold hard evidence.
About Pepijn Uitterhoeve I'm Pepijn, a veteran Utopia player (and gamer in general).
I intend to write my master thesis on Utopia, and focus mainly on the cooperative aspects.
While stranger danger is still a reality, it has a new dimension: threats from dangerous strangers can present themselves both in the flesh and online.
Indeed, Internet stranger danger is a real and growing problem.
Some more stuff about me may be found here: Website I’m getting rather tired of people ranting on about the inferiority of text-based conversation such as MSN, ICQ, AIM, Yahoo! The prevailing opinion seems to be that face to face communication is hands down superior to online text conversations, because face to face includes body language, intonation, facial expressions, physical contact and so on.
You can sit back in your chair, not having to worry about uncomfortable silences, and reply a minute later without feeling the direct pressure of eyes staring at you.
By taking some precautions, staying aware and communicating with your children, you’ll be able to put your mind at ease and allow your kids the freedom they need to grow, explore, learn and have fun.
Whether you’re unwell right now, are looking to improve your fitness, have a specific aim in mind, or just have a quick question, you can talk face-to-face with a professional, caring UK doctor in minutes.
I think this trend has been going on ever since television addiction became a social issue, of people ‘wasting their time’ on their own as opposed to being socially active.
It is the reigning (conservative) way of viewing human contact, to a point that everyone can’t feel but a little guilty or ashamed that, when asked where you were last saturday night, you have to answer “behind the computer”.