Sometimes I do think that blogging publicly does expose onself to the outside world a lot. Then at times I think who the hell cares. Lately I was reading about this so called software called "Big Brother" (Yeah!Yeah! I don't blame you if you think of Shilpa Shetty) developed for tracking personalities of employees by scanning through their emails and sites visited.
The softwares checks for words drink, love, depressed, lonely, break-up, divorce, suicide, kill, penniless, or phrases like "workplace sucks". Hmm.. I wonder if ever my manager reads through my blog or even my Emails (not that I write out many personal ones) , how would he create my emotional profile??? Sounds creepy! But seems a little funny too. He would classify me as absolutely crazy, pendulum of emotions and what not!
I know that there are millions of people out there who blog. Sometimes I seriously wonder if we really have the time to connect to people across the world when we find so little time to connect to people around us. As for emotional profiling it's a great idea but aren't there people who don't let their personal life interfere in their professional life. Let me speak for myself; I am one. So how could I be judged by scanning my emails? And the case of someone spying you and tracking your activities is a real put off too! I don't know for others but I kind of erform best when I'm let go! So "Big B" could you just drop me off ;)