If you’re on the web you’re creating something whether you like it or not. If you’re watching a youtube video, enjoying a post by Matthew Mullenweg, letting your friends know what you’re up to on facebook or just doing a search for some needed info your actions are likely recorded somewhere and this becomes part of the giant repository of information that is the Internet.
There are basically 3 types of information about you available on the Internet.
- Your Content. This includes things like comments on a video, Blog posts, uploaded photos and forum topics that you replied to.
- Your Status. Things like your away message, your facebook status and Twitter let people know what you’re up to and where you’re at.
- What You’re Reading. You can intentionally share what you find interesting via tools like Digg, Del.icio.us or Google Reader shared items or you can let general web trends speak for you.
Different people are probably interested in different information about you. Luckily we live in a world that includes syndication feeds. This means that if you’re interested in a person’s contributions to the Internet, and they’re savvy enough to help you, you can subscribe to ‘groups’ if Information about them.
So, If you’re interested in what I have to contribute to the Internet I’ve created the following feeds to help you.