It’s been proven that looking at our own Facebook profiles gives us a little ego-massage, with the carefully curated collection of individual content providing sometimes much-needed positive reinforcement.
Intel has a new “Museum of Me” web feature that pulls your data and creates a cute little distraction based on your friends, likes and information stored on the social network. A quick “gathering data” period, and you’re connected to a you-centric multimedia experience. It can’t really be saved or shared, but it makes for a nice little distraction from working on an Excel sheet and it’s a nice use of the data that you’ve got stored on Facebook.
Did you give the “Museum of Me” exhibit a spin? Isn’t it cool how it kind of captures that sound-quality that seems otherwise unique to museum exhibitions? Were you impressed?
Author: Kim LaCapria
Kim LaCapria is a social media enthusiast, long-time Inquisitr.com writer and beauty and lifestyle industry expert. She covers a wide range of social media topics, with a particular interest in style-related apps and services.
When not working, Kim can be found on Facebook and Pinterest, skating, and sneaking off to Spa Castle.