HuffPost people should like this new contest from six-word memoir creators Smith Magazine and Frontline/Digital Nation. In six words, tell us how the web and digital technology are changing how you think, work, live, or love. Whether you've done things unimaginable just a few years ago ("I have even Twittered during sex") or are trying to make sense of how rapidly the world is changing ("Dull persona. Second Life ego enormous"), or wish it would just go away ("Facebook: high school all over again") we want to hear who you are, in your digital life, in six well-chosen words. We're giving away prizes too ... a DVD of Rachel Dretzin's docs (because that's how PBS rolls). Go to the Six-Words on the Digital Life project to enter.