Online identity

Online, I want to to have a presence. Not just a list of links (a blog and a Twitter and a Facebook) when you search my name. I want to be embedded in the interconnected online world: my updates on Twitter, my blog posts, but also my answers on Quora, my comments on other blogs, my photos on Flickr, my contributions to Wikipedia, my submissions to reddit, my feedback and suggestions to developers — all the interactions that make up my multifarious online (and internal) identity. I like some unification, but I also like the disparateness; my activity on Twitter is not the same as my blogging, which is not the same as my contributions to Wikipedia. Each interaction has its purpose, and they need not be interconnected beyond the underlying factor that connects them all: me.

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