Internet Relationships – initial twittersation

These are select tweets from an earlier twittersation on internet relationships. It happened on the 13th. Unfortunately, later in the evening, the bomb blasts happened, and the tweets were snowed under the tweets around the blasts. So I only have the ones I had marked. Sorry if you wrote something important I missed. Yes, it is also incomplete.

Planning to start a series on internet relationships. Welcoming your insights, experiences, opinions! Can interview, if awkward writing.
Vidyut
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut : a relation already started here
Mukesh3112
July 13, 2011
How are relationships different on the net than in the real world?
Vidyut
July 13, 2011
Everything is more intense. +/- sides of our personalities. RT @Vidyut How are relationships different on the net than in the real world?
PunditComment
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut Relationships online can be more made up than in real life. But who’s to say what is real?
pathipen
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut : it is more intense then real world
Mukesh3112
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut Easier exit routes, for one.
SupraMario
July 13, 2011
any thoughts around the “realness” of internet relationships?
Vidyut
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut They are ‘virtually’ real.
anubhay1
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut I don’t know what “real” is – the lines between internet and “real-life” can be hazy (and permeable).
pathipen
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut they’re as real as you make em 🙂
_deathkitty_
July 13, 2011
have you experienced meaningful, intimate relationships on the net with people you have not met?
Vidyut
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut multi processing is easy in online relshps. One can be with multiple partners online at the same instant. Lol.
vasudevan_k
July 13, 2011
. @Vidyut In my 3months here, I’m just starting to encounter such relationships. Previous stint only on FB among people I know.
PunditComment
July 13, 2011
also if you have thoughts around safety… in comparison with offline, unique aspects, some things may be safer, others more dangerous…
Vidyut
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut A recent study done on social networking sites and its impact on our lives http://bit.ly/kXxgjH #socialnetworks
dreamnotion
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut Safe physically if u r smarter than d other.Emtionally & Psychologicaly they cn b dangerous…unless u r careful…
anubhay1
July 13, 2011
I’ve noticed that people don’t forget on the interwebs – whatever the interaction, positive or negative. We’re highly sensitive.
PunditComment
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut We live in a jaded world where anything out of ordinary excites & rejuvenates while the ordinary,every… (cont) http://deck.ly/~mhdem
MaveRomaicK
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut They’re more focused because they’re formed with a purpose (twitter,fb,etc). If they’re more intense, you need to go live life. 😉
SaketKulkarni
July 13, 2011
Mutual trust is the cornerstone of all ‘relationships’.so how ‘real’ a net relationship can get depends on how much trust u have. @Vidyut
deeppz
July 13, 2011
Troll hunting is totally incomprehensible to me. Why would you go out of your way to show us all how immature YOU are?
PunditComment
July 13, 2011
If you think of the very best of your internet relationships, are there qualities common to them all?
Vidyut
July 13, 2011
Civility. Kindness. Humor. Intelligence. Help. RT @Vidyut very best of your internet relationships, are there qualities common to them all?
PunditComment
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut And genuine interest. In the best of cases: even humour.
anjakovacs
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut Uh? That’s a she. And it was a reply to you.
anjakovacs
July 13, 2011
Creating like minded thought relationships @Vidyut
dpdhir
July 13, 2011
@Vidyut internet relationships are like bubbles, they are created so dat it bursts. Short term. But there are exceptions to this 🙂
anushreekejriwa
July 13, 2011
You are in a peek-a-boo relationship when following a celebrity @Vidyut
dpdhir
July 13, 2011
@dpdhir @Vidyut You’re in a peek-a-boob relationship when following a p0rnstar.
Sengupta
July 13, 2011

 

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