Exhibit A – You.
You are what you click. What you like. What you tweet. Who you follow. Where you check-in. Whose friend request you accept. Who you unfriend. And why.
The web today has filtered into our daily lives. Cheezeburger loving lolcats and spell-check defying 133t speak have become commonplace. Suddenly, your standing among your peers is defined by your photo albums on Facebook. Corporations look you up on Twitter to ascertain what’s on your mind. And somewhere between all these connections, shared links, funny virals and RTs, a new portrait has begun to emerge. One that has been especially curated for you to see.
Welcome to The Museum of Me. A collection of all that assembles your presence on the social network. Accessing information from your Facebook account, it puts together an exhibition of the things that make up your profile and how others perceive you. Developed by Intel, this awesome online exhibition is a bit of an eye-opener into what we have come to accept as part of our everyday lives and the brilliant art of perception that we have all come to master online.
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