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If he was on Facebook, we might know what's been on his mind, what he had for dinner, or how he spent the Fourth of July, offering insight into his mental state ahead of the events, but Holmes is not found on that social network, or on Twitter. Unconfirmed reports late Friday allege that he may have been on the dating site Adult Friend Finder.com, not a forum most would choose to connect with friends, family, or the greater public.The fact that Holmes is not online perplexed denizens of the Internet throughout the day, invoking some to message people with similar names, create fake Facebook profiles, and even write articles pondering why Holmes presented no presence online.His hair dyed a bright reddish-orange, Holmes appeared somewhat dazed, prompting speculation that he was on medication.The eerie footage of Holmes' court appearance (watch below) gave few insights into the mind of the accused mass murderer, who allegedly showed up at a midnight showing of in the Denver suburb Aurora heavily armed and in full body armor."They're trying to get at anything -- trying to vent." This article originally appeared on Correction: This article originally stated that the shooting occurred at an AMC theater.But the lack of a Facebook account doesn't necessarily mean the suspect was depressed.
As the investigation got under way in the shooting at the "The Dark Knight Rises" premiere, in which 70 members of the estimated 300-seat crowd were killed or injured, those looking for clues to make sense of it all went online for a digital footprint of the suspect -- to no avail.Mashable Editor in Chief Lance Ulanoff can't "get over what an online ghost Holmes appears to be." Slate staff writer Will Oremus posits that either Holmes really doesn't have a digital footprint, or his name is so common that search results have been buried beneath Friday's news. Data suggests that 95 to 98 percent of people Holmes' age are on social media," Dr. Moreno, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, told CBS News.As for that other 5 percent to 2 percent, Moreno, who has no connection to the case, highlighted a link between extreme Internet use -- or lack of use -- and depression.After all, even with privacy settings in place, your information is still online.There is the possibility that Holmes either used a pseudonym for his online accounts or his accounts were put on hold, making them unavailable during an online search.