How To Over-Share Every Detail Of Your Life Online
For some bizarre reason, there is a startup out there -- it's called Blippy -- that has the sole purpose of allowing its users to broadcast to their friends every single purchase they make.
Here's what's weirder: This is the new normal.
For years now, blogs, social networks, and other Internet businesses have provided countless platforms for people who really want to put themselves out there.
More and more, those "people" are everybody.
For example, that photo on the top right is from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckeberg's now-public collection of private photos.
We found another service that hooks your scale to your Twitter account so you can tell everyone how much you weigh each time you step on it.
All of this is a dream come true for advertisers. Learning who consumers are and what they want is one of the central challenges of marketing. The more people share, the more targeted advertising will become.
We've put together a list of 10 ways you can let strangers know far too much about you and what you're doing.