Lost in virtual world, 20 kind of traps you might meet on internet

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(5 Ratings)
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This book discovers traps in virtual world. After you create an internet account, you will face it with many surprises, and some of them are really unpleasant.
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  • By Gordana Holjevac
    Sep 1, 2017
    Although the book is not written in her mother tongue, the author patently conveys the message: internet can be a beautiful place, yet full of traps. Written in a witty style, backed up with examples of real people's experiences, this book will grab onto you from the first page to the last one. It should be particularly commended for its realistic approach, which makes it highly useful for all those who are still looking for guidance in the online world. A must-read.
  • By Victor Pana
    Aug 28, 2017
    We do not need a keyboard to be happy is a great truth written by Kristina Gallo in her book, „Lost in virtual world”. Kristina Gallo's book is a big alarm signal. Internet addiction is not a game. Being an internet leader doesn't make you a leader in real life. On the contrary, this transforms you into a very lonely man because virtual friends aren't real friends. It can also transform you in a target for bad people. Kristina has a point and her book shows the danger of the Internet. Every chapter of the book comes with examples from real life and this is an example of how bad the Internet has sneaked in our life. Reading this book you can navigate safely on the dangerous waves of the Internet. As the writer said, the Internet is a great bonus to the real life, not the reverse.
  • By San Mahajan
    Aug 23, 2017
    Interesting book Kristina, must read for people who spend a lot of time on internet. Thank you for the lovely book..
  • By Dominic Piper
    Aug 19, 2017
    This is the first book by the popular blogger Kristina Gallo, and it’s a well-written, perceptive look at the problems encountered by people on social media. It’s a big subject to take on and won’t be the first to be written. Social media is a relatively new phenomenon and most people are still finding their way around it, discovering both the advantages and the pitfalls. Kristina covers everything from internet dating to fake identities, ‘virtual cheating’ and requests for nude photographs. What she describes will be familiar to many users of Facebook, particularly women. She also takes a good hard look at the many dangers that can befall the gullible and easily manipulated. Like the real world, the internet is a place full of very real dangers. A place where people are not as they seem. A place where people can be unpleasant and duplicitous. All in all, a very interesting read and one I’d recommend to anyone interested in this subject.
  • By Pat McDonald
    Aug 14, 2017
    This is an intuitive narrative about how much our lives have changed with the development of the internet and social media – it certainly made me reassess my own. It is open and honest, as is the author about herself. It is entertaining and informative with a comprehensive account of the pitfalls we come across and is interspersed with real case studies. I particularly like the tongue in cheek humour that surfaced every once in a while, although the subject matter should be taken seriously and the pitfalls noted. It is not written in the author’s first language but is none-the-less extremely accomplished and adds another dimension to the narrative in that it emphasises the topics discussed in that we speak on the internet with people from other countries who are not quite so gifted as the author is in our own language. I found it fascinating as someone who has been subjected to much of what is written, although not responded in quite the same way; it is still intriguing to know just... More > how far some people will go. This is a young person’s experience of the internet and I suspect a lot of these approaches have been experienced. There is in fact a whole raft of other experiences that older people come up against that the author, if not already experiencing will come into contact with, but not for a very long time. This book is a MUST read for anyone using the internet. Pat McDonald British Crime Author< Less
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