Given time, most people are prepared to admit, to presenting the world with the most situationally appropriate version of themselves, they’re able to muster. If true, even the most steadfast amongst us harbours more than a singular version of her/himself. For some, the variations are stark. Others, less so but either way, discrepancys exist.
While our work and sporty incarnations might be similar – you know, all competitive and whanot. It is hoped that the representive being introduced to prospective in-laws or employers, bears no resemblence to the version ranting and raving on the platform, after another cancellation. These aspects of ourselves are represented online and like our ‘rea life’ selves are not entirely, without deviation.
Our home-self appears on the Electoral Roll as: MS J M Cardew.
Work-self, according to our Pay Slip, Jasmin Cardew.
Gym-self, according to our gym membership and, in accordance with our gym persona: Jaz Cardew
Commuter-self and the name on railcard – Jazmin Maria Cardew.
Entity Resolution pulls all these disparate strands together to create a singular and comprehensive online entity. From a personal perspective, were such efficient and painless ‘Off-line’ alignment presented, I’d be highly delighted as the alternative, one suspects, entails a great deal of time, money and, rather intensive, therapy.
The link below is to an interesting development in Ent Res-