Last week at Lift conference 09, we had an interesting talk that relates quite well to the other article I wrote about « CV in a Google world » and the problem of displaying or not information about ourselves on the net.
Daniel Kaplan presented a survey called « Socio Geek » (Fing/FaberNovel -> 14’000 people) which tried to answer the following questions :
They organized the survey as a game play… asking people about what they would you display on the web (referring mainly to the display of information, picture, videos… on social networks).
They observe that people dsiplay information according to different kind of strategies :
- – Traditional
- – Exhib’
- – Immodest
They draw the following conclusion, so far (the survey is still running and you can participate !):
-> We tend to network with people who have rather the same (or higher) status and values than we have … which is not really a surprise, as far as I’m concerned. About the kind of information people are willing to display, take some time to read the results and the analysis :
And my profile in the survey :-)