A fun service over at http://www.careerdistinction.com/ measures your “online identity” on a scale of 1 to 10. I did pretty well:
Your online identity score is 10 out of a possible score of 10. Congratulations. You are digitally distinct. This is the nirvana of online identity. Keep up the good work, and remember that your Google results can change as fast as the weather in New England.
It was pretty crazy to see that in a Google search for “David Wiley” 25 of the first 30 results were about me (i.e. there were only five results about some other David Wiley in the first three pages of Google results). What does this mean at the end of the day? I’m not sure… but my wife will have to work extra hard to help me get my already oversized head through the doorway for a while. :p