Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Social Me

I had my Facebook participation analyzed today.  It was really kind of interesting.  It analyzed 7,372 status updates and came up with this data:

Where do you post from?
99% of your posts come from Facebook.com and 1% come from Twitter. The average person posts from Facebook.com 58% of the time.  You post most often in the afternoon.
Here are my most talked-about subjects:

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(Interesting that movies ranks so high, since I haven't seen a movie this year and barely any for the last 3 years...I wonder if they are lumping theatrical productions in with moving pictures.  They must be.)

My posts are most often...

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Verbose?  Who me?

You post about 88 statuses per month.
The average person posts 12.8 statuses per month. You posted the most statuses in one day on May 21, 2009 with a total of 15 statuses.

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This information doesn't surprise me.

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Fun stuff:
You have posted as many words as a book!
In fact, you have posted more words than "The Hobbit," which has a total of 95,022 words.
  • Bev uses more words per sentence than 85% of people.
  • Bev uses more abbreviations than 94% of people.
  • Bev uses fewer question marks than 86% of people.
  • Bev uses more quotation marks in her writing than 94% of people.
  • Bev uses less punctuation in her writing than 87% of people.
  • Bev uses more prepositions in her writing than 90% of people.
  • Bev is more insightful than 87% of people.
  • Bev speaks more in the past tense than 90% of people.
  • Bev uses longer words than 86% of people.
I have 1,018 friends and the people who comment most, in order, are:
  • Jessica Moms Brown (334 comments)
  • Ron Clough (330 comments)
  • Patricia Williams-King (220 comments)
  • Barbara Watkins Hyde (205 comments)
  • Joan Callaway (182 comments)
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I see there is no category for the over-60 group, and I suspect many of my friends are over 60.

Not sure if that was interesting to anybody but me, but I found it fun.  If you're on Facebook, you can have your own data analyzed at Zeeb.ly (sadly you do have to give up some permissions to do it.  I almost never do, but I was curious this time...)

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