If there’s one thing Intel is really good at with its marketing campaigns, it’s giving Facebook users an opportunity to curate their narcissism in some kind of meaningful order. Last year, the company introduced the “Museum of Me” widget, which allowed users to display their Facebook photos and profile elements in a vast, echo-ey online gallery and was actually sort of cool despite its navel-gazey indulgence.
This year, they’re upping the ante with Facebook and offering the more Broadway-aspirant set the chance to launch what will probably be their only shot at being the subject of a tribute in song. Me! The Musical is exactly what it promises—connect with the app (sigh) and you will receive a custom catchy tune describing what was going on in history when you were born, etc., while the truest markers of your biography, your wall posts and photos, appear in the background. The tour guides are cute, fluorescent-bodied little humanoids that are quite fond of jazz hands, which dance through the psychedelic ‘60s, the Pac-Man fevered ‘80s or the post-millennium world of today.
You can go to Intel’s website if you wish to make your own musical tribute to you, the decade in which you were born, your college dorm-mates at their most boozy and destructive and all the fish tacos you’ve Instagrammed. Truly a Tony-worthy endeavor.