(1) "With a Cause" -- We asked ourselves what being a digital native means. Discussions were fascinating. But we haven't deconstructed the second part of our found names (if you cal it that): "with a cause."
What does that mean, in particular for a digital native.
Do all digital natives have a cause? And, if we are uncomfortable asking questions about (and answering them for) others, what does your personal experience say--how did you come to have a cause? How was that affected by your 'digital nativity,' and vice-versa? Ritika said, I think, that she explored many digital ideas *because* of her cause. I am similar -- my cause has definitely re-inforced my digital fluency. The relationship between (digital) activity and activism have redefined how I label my activities, as productive or frivolous. But at the same time, they have also confused them. I think there is much depth here to explore.
So I ask us: how do our causes and digital native-ness interact and intersect? How do they re-inforce or confuse each other? (Your question around these two here)?