When I visit the local coffee shop, sipping a latte and taking advantage of the free wi fi, I often indulge in a little people watching. You can tell a lot about a person by observing what they do when they think nobody is watching. No matter how busy it is or what kinds of people are populating the cafe that day, usually one thing does not change. People open the door for other people, most say please, thank you, and excuse me when ordering coffee or walking around the bookstore. As I am researching wah topics for this website and finding nothing but untrustworthy resources, I start to wonder what makes everyone act so differently in person versus doing things on the internet. On the surface, I know the answer is the fact that for the most part people can remain anonymous. But it has to be something deeper. How can a person open doors and be polite when out and about and go home and create a scam site? When I was researching data entry I was surprised how many blogs there were that basically compiled of banners advertising scams. These people have to know what they are doing. Even though all the World Wide Web will see of that blogger is a screen name, there is still a person attached to that alias. They are not separate entities. Moral codes and ethics should transfer from the person to their internet activities. Creating something that you know will cost other people their hard earned money and will yield no results from that investment is stealing. People are stealing money from other people. A person will never take a purse or wallet but has no problem charging people $50 for access to an internet system they know will fail. It’s things like this that make me even more determined to continue with this website. Even though one of my goals for this project is to make money, it is not so important that I will promote dishonest websites just to make a buck. I may not be able to stop what other people are doing, but I can decide what I do. As I see other people exploiting the trust of everyone out there searching for a work at home job, I can take some comfort in the fact that at least my intentions are honorable.