A new trend is emerging online, people share personal details from online spending to travel schedules to DNA profiles.
Mark Brooks wants the whole Web to know that he spent $41 on an iPad case at an Apple store, $24 eating at an Applebee’s, and $6,450 at a Florida plastic surgery clinic for nose work.
Several start ups are feeding on the trend. Here are a few mentioned in the article - Blippy (shopping), Foursquare (location), Skimble (fitness), Dopplr (travel), 23andMe (DNA).
People are becoming more relaxed about privacy, having come to recognize that publicizing little pieces of information about themselves can result in serendipitous conversations — and little jolts of ego gratification.
I suspect Buxr community is a complete opposite. A while ago we asked you to post your pictures. Guess how many did? Zero