personal information management

Will the Real Emily Please Stand Up

While personal information is often thought of as only the documents, emails, and other pieces of information that people receive or retain for some potential, immediate, or future need, William Jones, in his Keeping Found Things Found: The Study and Practice of Personal Information Management (Morgan Kaufmann, 2008), expands the field to include information about "me" or owned by "me." As our online identities, information about us online, expand, how can we manage that information to put our best face (identity) forward?