As I mentioned before, today, there is much information, so it is not easy to research. Technology makes it a lot easier to find information but also we need to improve research skills and develop critical mind when we find information. Although we discussed about those issues, I still don’t know how to keep critical aspects in my mind. I am, sometimes, convinced by wrong information when I read tricky issues such as science, political, and or even entertainment gossip. Indeed, it is really hard to figure out which information is true or not. There are some issues about arguing about internet posts. A famous singer in South Korea graduated Stanford university with a nice grade in a short amoung of time–he finished his master and bachelor degree in 3years and half year but some online blog suspected his diploma of being false and the rumor that he didn’t actually graduated from Stanford University is spread out whole country. And many people started to believe the conspicuous (some people still don’t believe his diploma). And, now, both the singer and the bloggers are suing each other and Korean main broadcast company, MBC, made a documentary about his issue and problem online posts. Through this issue, I was confused which one is truth and both side showed many documents and papers that support their own side that make people confused. And I want to build a critical view and know how to get critical mind.