Come on, you know it’s true. You’re a fascinating person. Everybody agrees.
You think such profound thoughts, spend your time accomplishing great things for which you are insufficiently appreciated, and are so darned good-looking you can’t help glancing admiringly at your reflection in store windows.
The world deserves to know more about you. It needs a museum. No wonder Intel has found a way to help you envision your contribution to humanity through its Facebook-linked Museum of Me.
The application allows Facebook users to create a “visual archive of your social life” where computer-generated museum-goers stand around in exhibition rooms, looking at your pictures and the faces of your friends. One wall contains a mishmash of the words you’ve used on Facebook. The tour ends in a room where robotic arms assemble your face out of your pictures, followed by a subtle plug for Intel.
Some are calling it narcissistic, but it isn’t narcissism if it’s the acclaim you deserve, right?