Love in the digital age: How do you measure up?
The guide to understanding how your peers and friends, bosses and family experience the Digital You, as more and more of your life is lived in the digital world.
In E-Habits, Elizabeth Charnock's book about the Digital You, she draws upon years of experience heading a company that traces the digital footprints left by individuals and organizations. She shares a wealth of insight, illustrated by numerous true stories, into the various ways in which the Digital You that people present is often at odds with what they intend or would wish.
In all too many of these cases, the real person behind the digital persona is all too unaware of the reputation he or she is developing online. Sometimes realization strikes too late; sometimes the penny never seems to drop at all.
E-habits can help all of us think about our online habits and what they may be telling the rest of the world about us and what we can do about them. Understanding the Digital You is the first step towards ensuring that it presents the real you in the best possible light.
E-habits is published by McGraw-Hill. It is available in hardback and in a variety of digital formats. You can buy the book from bookstores or online.