Topic Question: How secure are people on social media?
Starting word: Social media
- social media
- virtual community
- social networking service
- computer security
- secure by design
- sandbox (computer security)
- web browser
- private network
- packet drop attack
From social media ends up with packet drop attack. All these researches stay on the trail which I want them to be. Wikipedia provide too much information. It’s really easy to get lost and ends up on a random picture which has nothing to do with the topic.
I keep my research topic in mind when I am choosing the link. However, I didn’t click on the link which I already knew because I want to learn more concepts which I’ve ever heard of or think of, but it still provide a variety of information.
I think these links show how I think and how I follow my topic questions. The last link I end up is a totally new term to me. I even looked it up in Chinese before I clicked on it to better understand what it means. It’s a pretty good ending because I can see the connection between “packet drop attack” and my original question. It does surprise me just because the meaning of this term. If it’s not the computer and the Wikipedia. I think i won’t never think of “packet drop attack”. It makes feel like that the social media is not secure in any ways.
I think the computer was in charge of exploration but i was in charge of the computer. The computer provides me information and i get to choose which information i’m going use. It’s like the computer gives me many options about the topic and I put it in order to become an outline. Now I found a better way to use Wikipedia.