My Digital Footprint

For my second post about digital footprints, I will be writing about my own. Sometimes I think that my digital footprint is fine, sometimes I don’t. It seems like the internet is a gigantic bee hive. And everyone has a place in it, no matter if you like it or not. Sometimes it even scares me how anyone can find information about you by just typing a few words on a keyboard.

My digital footprints is quite good, but it has some things in it that are no so good. Usually, my comments, tweets, searches and other things I do online are kind, but they aren’t always that good. Sometimes I can be sarcastic, mean and grouchy online. And I’ll admit to those mistakes I’ve done. I’ve even been banned from a minecraft server for being mean! But generally, my digital footprint is pretty good. Whenever I make mistakes, I try to do better the next time. I usually learn from my mistakes, but in the rare cases I don’t, I always get a punishment.

I tried searching myself and several of my account names on google, and I’ve found that a lot of information about me is online, so I’ve set a goal to try to stop having to have all of this information for people to see. And I have to say that I’m proud of myself that I made sure my twitter name is Felix Da Cat, and doesn’t have my last name on it.

Anyways, thanks for reading this post! And make sure YOUR digital footprint is positive!


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