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"What kind of Web Animal are you?"

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Sat 13/03/10 at 13:49
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I usually watch Click each week, and this week is had a feature about the programme The Virtual Revolution, which was screened as a three part series a little while back. In that programme, it had a test online to see which type of "Web Animal" you might be, and it seems I'm a Web Leopard:

Web Leopard

Fast-moving - Web Leopards like you are adept at getting information from the internet very quickly. Your speed is a trait you share with real-world leopards, which are among the fastest land animals.

Solitary - Leopards live alone, fending for themselves in isolated home ranges. Similarly, the Web Leopard likes to go it alone when looking for information, rather than rely on social networks, or other sites where the users create the content.

Specialised - Web Leopards are best suited to performing one task at a time rather than multitasking. The real-world leopard is similarly specialised, being perfectly adapted to silently tracking its prey before pouncing.

So, which kind of Web Animal are you?
Sun 14/03/10 at 15:43
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Web octopus

Fast-moving - Web Octopuses like you surf fast - just like real-world octopuses which use a form of ‘jet propulsion’ to escape predators.

Solitary - Real-world octopuses are independent animals and only rarely interact with each other. Similarly, when you are looking for information you tend to go it alone rather than rely on social networks or other sites whose content is created by its users.

Adaptable - Octopuses are highly adaptable and show a range of sophisticated behaviours. Your results show you are also able to keep track of several different things simultaneously, without your multitasking adversely affecting your performance.
Sun 14/03/10 at 13:04
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A web Ostrich :S

Fast-moving - We can tell from your results that you are a speedy surfer - one of the characteristics of the Web Ostrich, whose real-world counterpart has an impressive top speed of 45mph.

Sociable - The web is a social place. You take full advantage of this when you search for information by using social networks and other sites whose content is created by its users. Real-world ostriches are also highly social, even keeping eggs in each other’s nests to share the burden.

Specialised - The real-world ostrich is a true specialist, highly adapted to survive in hot, dusty African grasslands. You might not be at risk from lions when browsing the web, but you are still very focused. From your test we can tell you do best when you concentrate on one task at time, rather than several things at once.
Sun 14/03/10 at 01:48
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Alfonse wrote:
> Eighteen steps? I'd rather stay a web sloth.

i agree, saw that and assumed it would tell me i was an idiot for spending some of my life on this
Sat 13/03/10 at 19:13
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Totally boring and boring and a totally boring test....a web leopard:-)

Never mind...we can always use this 'title' as our next multiplayer tag:-)) Watch out the Web Leopards are about.......
Sat 13/03/10 at 16:17
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Eighteen steps? I'd rather stay a web sloth.
Sat 13/03/10 at 15:06
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Apparently, I'm an Elk. :)

I'm sure you've all noted my social behaviour. :p
Sat 13/03/10 at 13:49
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"It goes so quickly"
Posts: 4,083
I usually watch Click each week, and this week is had a feature about the programme The Virtual Revolution, which was screened as a three part series a little while back. In that programme, it had a test online to see which type of "Web Animal" you might be, and it seems I'm a Web Leopard:

Web Leopard

Fast-moving - Web Leopards like you are adept at getting information from the internet very quickly. Your speed is a trait you share with real-world leopards, which are among the fastest land animals.

Solitary - Leopards live alone, fending for themselves in isolated home ranges. Similarly, the Web Leopard likes to go it alone when looking for information, rather than rely on social networks, or other sites where the users create the content.

Specialised - Web Leopards are best suited to performing one task at a time rather than multitasking. The real-world leopard is similarly specialised, being perfectly adapted to silently tracking its prey before pouncing.

So, which kind of Web Animal are you?

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