Spark | Jan 30, 2011 | 8:28
The Merry Introverts of the Internet
Ever known someone who was shy and awkward in real life, but a veritable life of the party online? It's called the "Online Disinhibition Effect" - where the anonymity of being online allows people to lose their inhibitions. It's also why so many introverts we know are so darn extroverted online. Spark contributor Sandra Ferrari had a recent awakening about being a "Netrovert" and brings us her story.