The National Media Museum's online test uses your social networking and online preferences to establish what sort of person you are.
This article titled “Bradford’s ‘internet mirror’ claims to know who you are. Up to a point” was written by Martin Wainwright, for guardian.co.uk on Wednesday 19th September 2012 17.14 UTC
Here’s a bit of online fun from the National Media Museum, although I’m not sure that – in spite of quite grandiose claims – it’s much more than that.
Bradford’s great attraction has got together with Cambridge University and the RKCR/Y&R creative agency to produce what it calls an Internet Mirror, which uses your social networking and online preferences to establish what sort of person you are.