"The Twitter Grade measures the relative power of a Twitter user. It is calculated as a percentile score. A grade of 65 means that the user scores higher than 65 percent of the other user profiles that have been graded. Your grade is calculated using a combination of factors including:
* The number of followers you have
* The power of this network of followers
* The pace of your updates
* The completeness of your profile
O, well, not so popular or ...! I am very happy with this, have no time to do more. The benefits I am reaping with the current situation are very satisfying. Also worth while checking out this site:
While Kevin Kelly talks about Internet of things as he predicts the next 5000 days, the question is are we even ready for the present? We are still struggling with Web 2.0 and Learning 2.0, trying to bridge the gap between digital natives and digital immigrants.
So are we really ready for the future?
How well do you use the web in the present?
Are you familiar with the Web 2.0 mumbo-jumbo?
Do you utilize the web to connect, learn and grow?
What is your Web 2.0 Quotient?
Here’s a simple form I created to check your Web 2.0 Quotient.