Intel has unveiled a new way to look at your digital life, their "What about me?" tool that consolidates your social media interactions to give you an overall picture of, well, YOU. The digital you. The you that appears online only via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for instance.
Intel's What about Me? site is fascinating in that it lets you see what you're actually doing and saying online, and assess whether that accurately represents you - or if you want to change how you interact online. It's a picture of your digital life.
I know that while technology is my career association, my personal life is pretty well-rounded.I share and discuss food, sports, travel, TV, movies, shopping, fashion and beauty - I enjoy these things, but don't consider myself an expert in them as I don't have the education or dedicated experience in any of these areas. But these topics are a core part of who I am and how I spend my days, and are reflected in the Intel infographic on my digital life. The technology topic is lower than I'd have thought, but the majority of my tech writing and sharing have been on behalf of Techlicious, About.com or other sites and events that wouldn't have necessarily appeared online on behalf of myself.
Here's a look at Intel's view of my digital life:
What's your digital life look like? Try out Intel's tool to create your own infographic and join #Intelsocialbutterfly Twitter party tomorrow, May 17th at 8 p.m. EST as we chat about and discuss our own Intel infographics and social media. (The "we" being @LittleTechGirl, @TechMama, @IntelEdge, @TechSavvymama, @Tech4Moms, @ScrappinMichele and me :-) ) We'll be giving away five $50 Best Buy gift cards and two $250 Best Buy gift cards! RSVP to join in the fun!