Intel Creates Infographic Generator Centered Around You
Mar 23, 2012 15:22
Intel is giving you a new tool: create an infographic that's all about you. The chipmaker’s new “What About Me?” app culls info from your Facebook, Twitter and YouTube profiles to crank out a data visualization of your composite social media profile.
There's data of what you've posted and wrote in status updates, your most popular post, popular pic, and it will include your overall mood, daily habits, and the stuff you've talked about recently.
Intel, released a well-received app called The Museum of Me last year that created a video along the same lines, clearly believes that the best way to woo social media aficionados is by preying on their self-interest. Give it a shot. Its not bad at all.
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