Sunday, November 18, 2007

A Tragic Trolling Tale

Sandy, over at the Junkfood Science blog, tells us a rather tragic tale of some internet trolling gone horribly wrong (or did it?). I guess we should be surprised that adults can do such things but, after some of the commentary I've seen in the blogosphere, I'm not.

3 Comments:

At 10:41 PM, Blogger Rose said...

God, that is an awful story!

This was interesting..."The bottom line is that any entity on the internet who is hiding behind a fictitious avatar or fake name is no more your friend or a reputable source of information than a masked man in a dark alley. There are also cyberbullies who use the same cruel, nasty techniques of any other bully — often promoting hate and prejudice... They don’t deserve any more attention than you would give something written on a bathroom wall.

No unknown entity can be taken credibly....

 
At 8:32 PM, Blogger lodgepole said...

No kidding rose. There are folks out there with crazy names like Ekovox , and Ladyfriend; I mean it just leaves you wondering...

 
At 5:17 PM, Blogger Rose said...

All good names, lodgepole.

 

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