I’m sure many of us have heard the phrase “quantified self.” If you haven’t, quantified self refers to tracking and monitoring who we are: extracting personal data to create personal meaning. As individuals, we love to measure and track everything in our lives — from what we are eating, to how many points we score in Angry Birds, to check-ins on Foursquare. Let’s face it: we are a culture that is obsessed with having personal data for e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. We have Klout, which measures a person’s influence on the social web. We have tennis rackets that capture data to analyze a player’s stroke power, ball spin or impact location. Why not measure your personality next? Continue reading
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