Domain name, Why not?

I think it would be great for anyone to have their own domain name, as Jim Groom said, it becomes this identity of yours, this domain could be the person space, their online identity. The domain could be the person own space which they could control and have as their own and be the author. It is quite important to understand how it works because it will be your own space as said by Jim Groom, the experience will shape you in different ways and also you could always take it with you. Considering it will be your identity you could always look back at how you were or what was your interest a few months ago, it could also improve your creativity, it is a way to express yourself. My domain will be based on my name, I wanted something unique and I can say my name is definitely unique! It is a great part of me, when I was younger I didn’t like my name at all because everyone seem to have a common name and me I was named Nicette, what is that? I always question my name considering I never met anyone with that name but now I thank my parents for naming me something different and so happy to have this rare name! The domain name I would love to have as my own is either “Nicette Massena Is Her Name” or just “Nicette Massena”, I’m still trying to decide which one I like more.

Domain Domination

We, as a society, have truly submerged ourselves into the age of the Internet. And in doing so, we have added on to our personal identities by creating domains within the Web. Most people, such as students and even professors, find it essential to have a “domain of one’s own”. There is so much importance in being able to have your own place in the World Wide Web and being able to control where you can showcase your talents, create and execute ideas, as well as just share the things that you’re interested in. You’re able to connect with people in a way that you wouldn’t be able to offline, especially since you can interact with a large amount of people from anywhere in the world – something that you wouldn’t be able to do outside of the Internet.

After listening to Tech Therapy with Jim Groom, I strongly feel that most people nowadays, especially the youth, find it more worthwhile to create domains for strictly personal usage. This allows a lot more flexibility and comfort when adding to this domain, as opposed to a more professional one where you have to sort of follow a guideline as to what you can post from what you can’t, and even though this can be rather restricting, it is definitely valuable in its own sense.

I’ve personally already created my own domain name and have been editing my digital identity for quite some years now. I’ve been thinking a lot about whether I want to add on to the domain name I already have or create a completely new one. It’s a huge decision to make. A part of me wants to just use my name and create my first professional online identity and then another part of me wants to maintain the personal identity that I’ve already created and just build upon it. I think for now I’ll go with the latter. I won’t share my domain name just yet because “stealing one’s identity” is a thing and someone may read it, like it, and decide to use the domain name for themselves. But, the reason I chose it two years ago was because I’ve always been a huge lover of anything aquatic themed. I just feel people can learn so much from the ocean(s) and all it/they inhabit, as well as the overall poetic and spiritual themes that are associated with the sea. I used to be a swimmer so it was only natural that every domain name I chose had to do with water.

Overall, I’m excited about all the content that I’ll be able to create and attach to my domain because I know that the possibilities are endless.

Having one’s Own Domain? Sounds Interesting.

Anyone would like a domain of their own. It is something that you can decorate and edit to express you and post things that you like, your ideas, and creativity that you contain. Having your own domain gives you the ability of self expression and for other uses such as professional use. I believe other people create their own domain because it is their own space in the internet, their own opinion and self-expression. Other use their own domain for jobs so other people can see their work and what they can do online. I checked out the site and if I were to have my own domain, the name would be, if it was available of course. It isn’t based on my real name but characters I work on privately. I would choose this name and post things containing Kiwi and Wiwi. Though it is a silly name, I find it having a bit of an adorable aspect to it.