How 'e' are you? is a new research project that's being run by a good friend of mine Tim Elkington that aims to track how people are using the internet. The site includes an e-test that calculates a user's e-score (0 - 100), places them in an e-group and then suggests sites that they might be interested in visiting next. Over 8,000 people have already taken the test with an average score of 48.
The site's very simple, but includes some great features built by the guys at Small Fry. For every completed survey Tim's company Enhance Media are giving 5p to Childnet - the charity that works to make the internet a safer place for children.
Incidentally I had an e-score of 90 which makes me an e-expert which just goes to show that you shouldn't believe everything you read.