This video describes the difference between a “visitor” and a “resident” of the Internet. According to Dave White, a visitor is one who uses the Internet only when needed. He describes a visitor as someone rummaging through a toolbox. The visitor finds the tool, uses the tool, and then puts the toolbox away. On the other end of the continuum, a resident is one who shares their life with the Internet. They use the web as a big park where all residents are mingling. A resident leaves a trace of him or herself on the web, sort of a digital footprint. I feel that I am somewhere in the middle of the visitor-resident continuum, leaning more towards the resident end. I am using the Internet as a tool to create a brand for myself professionally. I understand that the Internet is a useful tool for building my career and growing as a professional. I do not feel like a full-fledged resident of the Internet because the sites that I use personally such as Facebook and Instagram are private and I have small circles of “friends” comprised of family members and close friends.