If you've been waiting for your online social life to be as self-deprecating as your real life, wait no more. Introducing the Social Life Audit by Ultimat Vodka, a Facebook app that uses your photos and check-ins to develop a rating of your real social life. It even uses a face recognition API to determine how much fun you're having.
While very in-depth, the irony here is undeniable. Using your social media activity to grade your social interactions with real human beings seems counterintuitive. I've always believed if you're actually having fun, you won't think to take millions of pictures or check in on Facebook.
Nonetheless, I had to try it. In just a few seconds, I had my score. I passed with a 10,575. I don't know what that means, but apparently it's in the top 2%. As I read my criticisms, I felt like the popularity police caught me red-handed and let me off with a warning. (Apparently, no one likes my pictures or posts.)
Your personal audit is full of little tidbits about you and your profile, perhaps the most entertaining of which is the picture analysis. It shows recently tagged photos with comments on what the facial recognition picked up on, like "Buzz Kill," "WTF?," and "Fake Smile." The "Player" comment is tagged to all pictures of you with the opposite sex. Yes, that unfortunately includes sis, mom and grandma.
If you really want to see what the good people at Ultimat Vodka think of you and your family bar-b-ques, bachelorette parties, and Pensacola vacations, visit www.sociallifeaudit.com. But do so at the risk of your social self-esteem.