The decision to pursue your masters degree means that at some point, you hope to be an expert in your field. But in a technologically-rooted society, sometimes being an “expert” in a particular field isn’t what you might expect. People today are increasingly “plugged in,” spending more and more time in the virtual world and less in the physical one. From browsing to gaming to networking and more, the Internet has become a vast nation in and of itself, inhabited by more people than you might think. But while the Internet world is teeming with citizens, it’s controlled by a very small, very specific group of individuals, who have indeed become masters in much more than the academic sense. As you live, work, and play online, remember that when it comes to the true masters of the Internet, things aren’t always what they seem.
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