How are we to know information is accurate, or safe, or that all these content created are going somewhere meaningful?
I always go with what I believe is the right information, I usually Google a topic, then usually the first link or two on the top of the page i would choose from to read about the topic. Usually websites with the .com and .org are usually the right websites. But there are some out there that may have false information. I really just go with the familiar places I go to. If i come across something that doesn't seem to sound right then I would just leave it alone. There are alot of spammers out there too, they like to email you something and you will see the subject reading something like, ''You just won $1,000!'' You would click on it then the link on the page, then what ever the spammers had planned to do they can do, rather its to put viruses on your computer or to steal your idenitfly information. So you just have to be really careful, don't open anything that seems too good to be true or unfamiliar.
Explain how social media/web is changing or has changed the ways you, your family, and colleagues find information.
There are so many different social networks out there, the main one is facebook. Before Facebook was open to everyone and their grandma, it was a college site. Site that had college students on to talk to other college students, mostly about school work. But now facebook as changed a lot over the years, and now there are so much adverstisment for different companies and products. Because lets face it, Everyone has a facebook. So now all the companies, businesses and products are all having a facebook along with their adverstisment so more people can see their stuff. There are also sites now where students can get on to share and talk about their studies and school work with other students. I usually just use google or ask.com to find information, and I use YouTube to look up and listen to music, or funny videos. I really...