Did you find this a useful way of considering technologies and how you engage with them?
For those who knows a bit of Spanish, they know that our verb "to be" is actually two verbs that operate in different levels of the being "Ser" y "Estar"
"Ser" belongs to the permanent or timeless properties of the being, it has an inward direction. I am a man, I am old, I am skinny... I am digitally native or immigrant
"Estar" belongs to the temporal realm of the being, it has an outward direction or external nature and it is relational to other things or beings, its action.
From this Spanish linguistic perspective Visitors and Residents Its built in metaphor for spanish speakers that happens literally as we speak, its grammatical...this V6R example maybe is one way to teach to an native English speaker, the difference between the verbs Ser y Estar in Spanish.
Were your maps similar to other people's?
Here is where I find that this idea is over simplistic.
If we are to take the concept of a digital footprint, I differ and argue with this post that we only leave that digital footprint when we are on the resident side of the column, as visitor there is also a digital footprint in the shape of cookies, click-throughs, surveys or interactions the only difference between a resident and a visitor is his will of engagement on control the data or digital footprint they leave behind.
There is also another detail that is not being taken into consideration, the possibility of one single person to build different personas, in several different media. I remember from the H800, the recommendation of building different twitter accounts for different lines of research to keep the twitter feed on topic and not to lose relevance (If I recall correctly this was on the digital scholar of Martin Weller the same person who designed this module). This practice is no new, I recall in the mid 19th century the great Soren Kierkegaard used to publish with pseudonyms in order to have a different platform for different philosophical ideas and I am sure there are plenty more.
Hence to answer the question "Were your maps similar to other people's?" if the answer is yes, I am not doing a good job, as I am different to other people.
Were there difficulties in mapping some technologies?
Difficult, should not be... useful, depends on why am I mapping this…?