Next, do a social networking analysis on yourself, by searching for online data specifically about you on various social networking services that you might use — Facebook, Flickr, MySpace, LinkedIn, etc. Make sure you are not logged in to those services in order to see what an outisde visitor would see (you might want to try searching your Facebook identity from a public computer, for example).
Now do a general Google search, first using your name in different combinations ("Greg Downey," "Downey, Greg," "G Downey," etc.), then using your email address, and finally usingyour telephone number.
Can you think of any other sites to search for which might provide either individual or aggregate data to help flesh out your "digital puppet"?
When you are finished searching these sites, create a new post on your discusion section blog describing the person that a geodemographic firm would see when they look for "you". What do you think about this representation of your existence?
Comment on at least one other student's posting for this assignment.
You must finish this online activity before next week's lecture.