I did a geodemographic search of my zip code in Chicago and I found what reflects very well my community. With a total population in my community of 91, 326, 84.2 % of that population identifies as Hispanic or Latino. I am a part of this percentage. However, average family size within that zip code is 4.17. My nuclear family consists of ten people so this statistic is not reflective of me either. I couldn't find myself on Facebook without having to sift through a bunch of “Daniel Rodriguez’s” since my name is so common I also could not find myself via Google by just searching just my name, email, or telephone. I did however, find myself on LinkedIn; this is a comforting thought because it seems that it’s the only search that I actually came out on, and it’s a professional network! Overall, I am satisfied by not finding myself so easily in the internet. It’s comforting knowing that I was only able to find myself through the professional network, LinkedIn. Overall, the results to portray a small portion of my identity: my race/ethnicity, and my professional profile.