Taken a while for me to catch up with this (bloomin' cold), but the new application from Garlik was announced last week, QDOS. You give it a few URIs which contain information about you (e.g. on MySpace or Flickr) and it'll give you a rating according to your online persona's popularity, activity, impact and individuality, e.g. I have Q3452, behind Big Brother contestant Ziggy Lichman but ahead of celebrity arsehole Gary Bushell.
When I had a quick play (Friday?) I came away thinking, nice...but not something anyone but a hardcore SEO fanatic or narcissist A-lister is going to look at more than once. Today I got around to catching up with the lists, and found Steve Harris's announcement. Woo-hoo!
Take the profile URIs and add /turtle to the end (or tell your agent to use the header Accept: application/x-turtle), you get a nice bunch of RDF! It ties together any accounts you've told it about. Here's an example (trimmed, after converting it to RDF/XML):
<name xmlns="http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/">Garry Bushell</name>