1. wow, i just did it! I do need to become far more evolved really! Laurel your melting pot of complications.. me i seem quite well common! πŸ™

  2. This is the part that confuses the John Lacey story online:

    Personas demonstrates the computer’s uncanny insights and its inadvertent errors, such as the mischaracterizations caused by the inability to separate data from multiple owners of the same name.

    There are too many plebs with my name so it produces this fascinating (and somewhat confusing) amalgamation of data.
    .-= John Lacey´s last blog ..Shadows and Mistakes =-.

  3. This is a cool little program, I just wish I could get it to work with me.
    I have the same name as a doctor who wrote a pretty famous book, and the site produced content on him. Only he comes up when I google my real name also.
    Also, I use the screen name 40deuce for everything I do, but the program doesn’t allow youto enter any numbers in the name field. Most of my online presence would be under 40deuce, but it’s unsearchable.

    Alas, I’ll just have to think in my head that I’m amazing which I think is much more reliable than actual data πŸ˜‰

  4. Your topic MIT Personas Your Online Identity | Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy was very interesting and helped me so much when I found it on Thursday searching for gps sport

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