oooo my inner geek is loving the Google Gadget Awards.
The picture here is from My MoodJam--a website created by techies at Carnegie Mellon where users can record their moods with colors and words--which Google deemed the "Gadget most likely to get you a date."
After you register for an account, MoodJam lets you post your moods as often as you like, and then compare your moods with those of other users.
The head developer of MoodJam, computer scientist Ian Li, says he envisioned the gadget as a "visual diary" for self-reflection. But it's also turning out to be (yet another) tool of social networking: more than 2,000 people now share their MoodJam mood choices with family and friends.
To Google: I still don't really understand how using it could get you a date...
....reminds me of one of those Jungian personality tests.