This morning I was quoted/pictured in The Tennessean:
Stephen Yeargin of Nashville has experienced that dichotomy firsthand. His 419 Facebook friends have taught him that "just because you know a lot of information about a person, doesn't mean you know them."
From time to time, while talking with new acquaintances, Yeargin, 26, will realize that they're already "friends" online, and have been chatting electronically for years. "I've had situations where people were more fiery in their writing, but then you meet them in real life and they are more reserved," he said. "They might be really political online, but then when you talk to them, that doesn't even come up."