I just got word, or seen the new Google tool called, "Me on the web". It apparently helps you manage who you are on the internet.

"Your online identity is determined not only by what you post, but also by what others post about you -- whether a mention in a blog post, a photo tag or a reply to a public status update," Google explained in a blog post. "When someone searches for your name on a search engine like Google, the results that appear are a combination of information you've posted and information published by others."
Only users with a Google Profile can use this tool, which displays links from a user's profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. It also let users set up search alerts for themselves, though the section seems to offer only links to how-to articles about steps you can take to control third-party information about you. The tool won't, for example, actually let you remove an embarrassing article about yourself that appears in your search results.

Have you tried it?