When Klout launched, pretty much everyone thought it was awesome. But then people realized it was incapable of accurately measuring anything meaningful, so they grew tired of it.
Klouchebag, more or less a parody of Klout, is poised to be the next great Twitter fad. The simple online app calculates a score, much like Klout—but instead of determining online influence, it measures if someone is nice or a douchebag.
Using factors such as "English misuse" and "retweet abuse," Klouchebag ranks everyone from one to 100. @Techvibes is "quite a nice person" with the low score of 11, while our Editor-in-Chief, @RobertSLewis, is a "bit of a douchebag" with his score of 54.
What are you?