Crafting an Online Persona Defining who you are, in an anonymous, online world
“ Well we all have a face that we hide away forever, and we take them out and show ourselves when everyone has gone. Some are satin, some are steel, some are silk, and some are leather. They’re the faces of a stranger, but we love to try them on”
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