Co-Workers Find Clues to You in Your iTunes

“You might want to be careful about the songs you decide to share in the workplace via Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iTunes program. That’s because you could reveal more about yourself than you’d like, or create false impressions, Georgia Tech researchers report.

Computer scientists Becky Grinter, Amy Voida and Keith Edwards found in a study that workers tend to make deliberate attempts to portray themselves in certain ways in the song lists they compile and share.”

Just imagine what they’ll think if all you do is listen to 70s elevator music.

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