Are you as fond of infographics as 98% of other Internet users appear to be? Then you’ll love this – a site that lets you create an infographic that showcases your digital life. Combining info from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube (or whatever combination thereof that you feel comfortable including), you can now create a multi-faceted graphic representation of who you are online. The question is, what will you do with it?
Intel has created this pretty cool social media tool called “What About Me?” that captures “a snapshot of your social media life and create your own colorful image, full of clues and facts about one of the most fascinating subjects in the world — you!”
The story of your digital life will kick off by analyzing the stories you tell and whether your words “match up to things you care about most.” It’s a pretty interesting snapshot and makes you stop and think about the “you” that you’re projecting online. If someone popped on your Facebook page briefly, would they like what they see? Would you like what they see?
Then it gets a bit more into the details of who you are and how you share content. Are you primarily a content creator, sharing your own work, or do you mostly share and like things posted by others? And how popular are your most popular posts? And which posts and photos are your most popular? It will also tell you if you’re an early bird or a night owl and if you’re a particularly moody person. I appear to fall somewhere in the middle – how about you?
And this last part was the most interesting (to me) – who do I talk to and how are we alike? It shows who I talk to during the day vs at night, which platform we chat on and (I think) how they log on? Not really sure about the laptop icon. I’m wondering if they randomly grab folks from your page or how they come choose folks for this as mine are mostly recent posters, but one is not. Odd.
There’s a final section covering “what am I talking about now?” but as the snapshot is day-of, this shouldn’t be news to you unless you post nonstop and suffer from short term memory loss.
Check it out and let us know what you think. Was any of it surprising to you? And how and where do you plan to share it?
(Photo of woman holding mirror from Shutterstock)
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