Fans also shared information with their peers (e.g., about the origin of the term "Hispania," Hispania: La Leyenda), posed questions to supposed historians belonging to the fan community (e.g., a viewer wanted to know if Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba's affection for the Catholic queen was based on true facts, Isabel), or aimed to evaluate Internauts
' cultural background (e.g., via questions such as "Where is Madrid represented within the Spanish badge?," Isabel).
The dramatic incident triggered differentiated reactions on the social media platforms by varied local sociocultural segments, members of the diasporic community, and internauts
from around the world.
"People are works in progress," he says, "not to be defined by their worst online moment." Alas, in an environment where people demand purity from their interlocutors, there are always "internauts
" ready to dive into the archives and prove a would-be participant unacceptable, to the point where true disagreement can be bleached out of the dialogue altogether.
The success of 21st century retailers depends increasingly on their online presence and the development of interesting and attractive communication and presentation of offers to internauts
who spend a lot of time on social media interacting with people, catching up on the latest news, commenting on various events and situations and sharing other people's posts (Young, 2015; Dabija et al., 2018).
PZ: I'd say internauts
as nomads are a far cry from Toynbee's nomads who change their habits so they don't have to change their habitats.
One man said a gun shot would be appropriate, but other internauts
said violence was not accepted.
"Travel Back in Time", published in the extra section of the soap opera site, provided internauts
with a comparison between both soap operas through photos, showing characters, sets and fashion aspects.
Our website has seen a 54 percent increase of the number of Internauts
do not use the Web as the space of creative expression, and the possible reasons are social capital deficit and still noticeable lack of confidence hindering the process of binding bilateral relations over the Web.
Similarly, Page and Schmidt's Google defines the prestige or commercial value of web pages according to all possible keywords that the internauts
could think of.