1. Stuff you shoot out onto the Internet, with relative frequency.
(IE Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Tumblr, LastFM...)
"I met a cute guy at the bar last night, I gave him my screen name and a link to all my webJizz."
A professionalite is a socialite of the professional networking world. A person who seamlessly marries their professional and social life. They are well known and respected on the networking scene and in the office. They are sometimes referred to as connectors. A professionalite can be sloppy drunk and still remember to get your business card; although they usually have a freakishly high tolerance to alcohol. They know everyone, and if they don't know who you are talking about they will find them online before the conversation is over. They have few friends that they don't do some sort of business with. They are known to be members of many industry organizations and are actually active in them. A professionalite never has a resume, as they make it their mission to be sure everyone has heard of them and knows their career history and accomplishments. They know who's leaving a firm before it happens, so they can easily position themselves for the opportunity or pass the information along to their friends. They routinely attend 3 or more networking events a week. A seasoned professionalite never wears a name tag.
DC is full of young professionals who drone on about their jobs, but I am a professionalite, I drone while I drink 5 nights a week.
Someone who is a smart user of Web 2.0 Internet tools such as social/professional networking platforms, online discussion forums, blogs etc. An iMature person would have an impressive virtual personality.
Alice still looks like a novice on Internet, but Bob is quite iMature.
When a person on Facebook has hundreds, even thousands, of people on their friend list just to seem 'cool' to their peers. None of these people actually know or may have little contact/interaction with the person sending the friend request. The person sending the friend request think it is cool to have 2000/3000 friends on Facebook, but they never actually like any of their updates because they honestly don't care about the requester.
Aaron: Look at how many friends Kathrine has!
Javier: Yeah, but no one has liked any of her 10 post in the last hour.
Aaron: You're right, she just has an inflated friendlist