Use a section of your online identity to obtain a personalized artwork, centered around the way the web sees you (or, to be more precise, your name and surname): have a look at Personas, a component of the Metropath(ologies) exhibit by the
MIT Media Lab.
The first temptation might be to focus on the quality of the result and the way it actually represents you, but Personas is a conceptual art piece, not an information tool:
It is meant for the viewer to reflect on our current and future world,
where digital histories are as important if not more important than oral histories, and computational methods
of condensing our digital traces are opaque and socially ignorant.