The web, real or fake?

Some people feel that the web is too fake…

As I said in Lynn’s comments today, people’s websites are people telling their *OWN* stories.

“It’s not that different on the web. It’s still people, and ‘their side of the story’. People need to realize that the very nature of a weblog is someone ‘telling their story’. You will only know what they want you to know. It doesn’t make it right or wrong.

It’s all as real or as fake as you allow it to be.”

If you ask me, I have found the web to be way too damn real in the past few months.

What do you think?

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