Discussion in 'Introductions' started by GZOCC400, Jul 18, 2013.

  1. GZOCC400

    GZOCC400 New Member

    Hello, my name is Giuliano. I am getting ready to leave the Army this November and moving back to NH and using my GI Bill to go back to school. I made an account here get assistance here with schools that I should go to based on members personal experience or word of mouth.
  2. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member


    Read past threads.

    Provide details on your situation.

    Ask questions.

    Don't believe anonymous trolls.

    Good luck.
  3. GZOCC400

    GZOCC400 New Member

    I will thank you.
  4. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Hi Giuliano - Welcome to DegreeInfo. If you can tell us a little about your degree interests and goals we can help you to understand your choices and something about the process. It's important to understand however, that just as you have registered anonymously, so have others and that's OK. Not all trolls are anonymous and not all anonymous members are trolls. You should definitely beware of trolls, anonymous ot otherwise. But don't worry, our many members are quite skilled at detection and we'll help to guide. Please read through some threads that might be of interest and then ask a million questions. That's why we're here.
  5. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    "Not all trolls are anonymous and not all anonymous members are trolls."

    No, not all anonymous members are trolls. In fact, the extremely vast majority of them are not trolls. But I don't know about the first part. Trolls who use their real names? That's inconsistent with definitions I've read, which include anonymity as a key factor in trolling. In the media, people who are referred to as trolls--people who do destructive things to online communications like chat rooms, discussion boards, and comments pages--are anonymous.

    I don't think a troll who used his/her real name would last long.

    I guess my statement would be this: "All trolls are anonymous. Very few anonymous posters, however, are trolls."

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