Doctor Who: Which Doctor is the Biggest Deal on the Internet?

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Doctor Who

The BBC’s long-running, science fiction television program, Doctor Who, celebrates its 50th anniversary on November 23. Even as recently as five years ago, this fact would hardly have registered a cleared throat outside of the U.K.; where the show has long been an institution. But, thanks to streaming video and cable television, a revamped version of the program, which launched in 2005, caught on globally, and now even in the states Doctor Who is a bona fide hit. (Check out the valiant effort, undertaken by fans, to see the anniversary honored in a spectacular fashion in NYC here.)

Excitement is mounting as a new trailer for November 23rd’s anniversary special — which is to be simulcast internationally — hit the internet this week. You can check it out here.

As for this list? Well, for plot reasons too convoluted to bore the uninitiated with, eleven actors have played the program’s title character during its run, with a twelfth — The Thick of It star, Peter Capaldi — assuming the role as of this Christmas. Below we’ve sorted and ranked these 12 men by their PeekScores; which is the number PeekYou assigns to every individual, and which measures the breadth and scope of his or her online presence, influence, and impact.

Rank Picture Name Doctor Which PeekScore
1

David Tennant
Tenth
8.34 / 10.00
2

Matt Smith
Eleventh
8.30 / 10.00
3

Christopher Eccleston
Ninth
8.29 / 10.00
4

Peter Capaldi
Twelfth
8.03 / 10.00
5

Tom Baker
Fourth
8.01 / 10.00
6

William Hartnell (deceased)
First
7.39 / 10.00
7

Peter Davison
Fifth
7.36 / 10.00
8

Colin Baker
Sixth
7.31 / 10.00
9

Paul McGann
Eighth
7.30 / 10.00
10

Sylvester McCoy
Seventh
7.29 / 10.00
11

Jon Pertwee (deceased)
Third
7.27 / 10.00
12

Patrick Troughton (deceased)
Second
7.22 / 10.00

The Digital Footprints of the Cast (and Head Writers) of Doctor Who: 2005-Present

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Katniss Everdeen


In 2005, long-running British television institution Doctor Who was brought back to small screens, the world over, after a 16 year absence from regular broadcast (and after nine years since a one-off telemovie). Although in its initial 26 year run (from 1963 – 1989) the program clearly proved enduring –- and, for a time, came to be regarded as something of a beloved cultural given in the UK (while also garnering a devoted cult following around the globe) –- this 21st century version wound up being a critically lauded, award winning, international commercial smash the likes of which the original had never even aspired to be.

November 23rd marks the property’s 50th anniversary — with a special, internationally simulcast episode accompanying the occasion — and the Internet, the ultimate gathering place for all the world’s countless fandoms (and their many, many opinions), is responding with much in the way of hubbub.

Fans will already know that the principal cast of the program is always quite small. But, over the past eight years, a number of regular cast members have come and gone –- including three different actors in the title role -– as well as a handful of crucial, recurring guest actors. In addition, the show has been in the hands of two different head-writers/executive producers (or, showrunners) who –- in the UK, and among fans everywhere –- are nearly as famous and beloved as any of the cast. For this occasion, we’ve taken all of them and sorted them by their PeekScores; a PeekScore, of course, being the number PeekYou uses to measure an individual’s influence, prominence, impact, and activity on the Web.

Rank Picture Name Role PeekScore
1

Billie Piper Rose Tyler 8.63 / 10.00
2

David Tennant The (Tenth) Doctor 8.34 / 10.00
3

John Barrowman Captain Jack Harkness 8.31 / 10.00
4

Matt Smith The (Eleventh) Doctor 8.30 / 10.00
5

Karen Gillan Amy Pond 8.22 / 10.00
6

Jenna-Louise Coleman Clara Oswald 8.13 / 10.00
7

Noel Clarke Mickey Smith 8.09 / 10.00
8

Christopher Eccleston The (Ninth) Doctor 8.07 / 10.00
9

Freema Agyeman Martha Jones 8.07 / 10.00
10

Russell T. Davies Showrunner – 2005-2009 8.04 / 10.00
11

Alex Kingston River Song 8.04 / 10.00
12

Steven Moffat Showrunner – 2010-Present 8.01 / 10.00
13

Catherine Tate Donna Noble 8.01 / 10.00
14

John Simm The Master 7.90 / 10.00
15

Arthur Darvill Rory Williams 7.49 / 10.00
16

Bernard Cribbins Wilfred Mott 7.42 / 10.00
17

Camille Coduri Jackie Tyler 7.18 / 10.00

PeekScore Master List: American Music Awards, Nominees and Performers

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JT and Gaga

On Sunday, November 24, the 2013 American Music Awards will be taking place (or took place, depending on when you’re reading this).

We’re not so certain that folks are all that concerned with the actual awards themselves, or who wins them. The ceremony, however, featuring pretty much every big name in contemporary popular music as it does, is a different matter altogether. It’s days in advance as we type this, and the Internet is already buzzing in anticipation like nobody’s business.

Excluding bands and/or groups, as PeekYou doesn’t yet index collectives, below is a fairly comprehensive list of the event’s major nominees and/or scheduled performers, sorted by PeekScore; which, if you’re unfamiliar, is PeekYou’s metric for quantifying an individual’s online prominence, influence, presence, and sometimes activity. As you may notice immediately, we’ve got a twelve-way tie for first place here. That’s just how massive the celebrities involved are. There are very few who are bigger deals in cyberspace (or out of it, for that matter) than many of the names on this list.

Clicking through the items below will lead you to the many corresponding PeekYou profiles; where you’ll find links to videos, social pages, articles, photos, personal and fan websites, and much more.

Two major acts appearing at the awards show who are not covered below can be explored by clicking through to these previously posted PeekYou blog entries; teenybop superstars One Direction, and 90s R&B sensation TLC. Finally, visit our tribute to Cuban legend, the “Queen of Salsa,” Ms. Celia Cruz, who Jennifer Lopez will be honoring during the ceremony with a special performance.

Rank Picture Name Nominated For / Performer Current PeekScore
1

Taylor Swift Favorite Female Artist, Pop or Rock 10.00 / 10.00
2

Justin Timberlake Favorite Male Artist, Soul/R&B 10.00 / 10.00
3

Bruno Mars Artist of the Year 10.00 / 10.00
4

Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Artist, Country 10.00 / 10.00
5

Jay Z Favorite Artist, Rap/Hip-Hop 10.00 / 10.00
6

Alicia Keys Favorite Female Artist, Soul/R&B 10.00 / 10.00
7

Miley Cyrus Performer 10.00 / 10.00
8

Lady Gaga Performer 10.00 / 10.00
9

Jennifer Lopez Performer 10.00 / 10.00
10

Katy Perry Performer 10.00 / 10.00
11

Justin Bieber Performer 10.00 / 10.00
12

Christina Aguilera Performer 10.00 / 10.00
13

Robin Thicke Favorite Male Artist, Pop/Rock 9.95 / 10.00
14

Blake Shelton Favorite Male Artist, Country 9.75 / 10.00
15

Lil Wayne Favorite Artist, Rap/Hip-Hop 9.70 / 10.00
16

Rihanna Favorite Female Artist, Pop or Rock 9.53 / 10.00
17

Pink Favorite Female Artist, Pop or Rock 9.52 / 10.00
18

Ariana Grande New Artist of the Year 9.52 / 10.00
19

Macklemore Single of the Year 9.34 / 10.00
20

Ryan Lewis Single of the Year 9.34 / 10.00
21

Kendrick Lamar Performer 9.33 / 10.00
22

Luke Bryan Favorite Male Artist, Country 9.24 / 10.00
23

Miranda Lambert Favorite Female Artist, Country 9.17 / 10.00
24

Ke$ha Performer 8.39 / 10.00
25

Hunter Hayes Favorite Male Artist, Country 8.33 / 10.00
26

Ciara Favorite Female Artist, Soul/R&B 8.13 / 10.00
27

Miguel Favorite Male Artist, Soul/R&B 7.99 / 10.00

The Cast of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Ranked by PeekScore

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Power Rangers are GO!

Time for a little nostalgia for the Gen Y-ers out there. While with these lists we don’t really do straightforward “where are they now?” type articles, PeekYou is an excellent tool for finding out where any number of people are now, or at least where they are now on the Internet.

In this instance, we’re saving you the effort of searching for them on PeekYou yourself, and providing the links and the PeekScores for the cast of the early-90s pop culture phenomenon Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

The series was a mishmash of footage from the Japanese children’s program Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger mixed with original American footage, and cut together to create this new show; a sort of Saved by the Bell/Ultraman hybrid. Below are the ten most prominent of the American actors from the show’s original U.S. run, measured where they currently stand here in the online realm — in terms of presence, influence, and impact — and ranked according to their PeekScores.

This is a group who seem to be active; some in music, others in martial arts, and others still are making the rounds on the sci-fi and comic convention circuit. None seem to be in hiding, and most have websites, Facebooks, Twitters, and so forth. Accordingly, their PeekScores are present and accounted for.

Are there any Power Rangers we sinfully left out? Are there any other shows from your childhood you’d like to see us give the PeekScore treatment? Let us know in the coments.

Rank Picture Name Character Current PeekScore
1

Amy Jo Johnson Kimberly Ann Hart 7.34 / 10.00
2

Steve Cardenas Rocky DeSantos 7.26 / 10.00
3

Austin St. John Jason Lee Scott 7.22 / 10.00
4



Jason David Frank Tommy Oliver 7.18 / 10.00
5

Paul Schrier Farkas “Bulk” Bulkmeier 7.13 / 10.00
6

Jason Narvy Eugene “Skull” Skullovitch 7.11 / 10.00
7

David Yost Billy Cranston 7.10 / 10.00
8

Catherine Sutherland Katherine “Kat” Hillard 7.05 / 10.00
9

Johnny Yong Bosch Adam Park 7.03 / 10.00
10

Walter Emanuel Jones Zack Taylor 7.02 / 10.00

The Digital Footprints of 20 Incredibly Successful College Dropouts

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Zuckandgates

There’s a not a college degree to be found among the lot of them, yet we doubt they ultimately broke their mothers’ hearts too badly. Now, you could well expect reasonably healthy PeekScores from a bunch of dropouts, as it seems that they might have little to do with their lives apart from tweet, blog, and update their Facebook pages. But this is not a bunch who are chilling in their parents’ basements, while they “figure some stuff out.” This band of 20 go-getters are nearly all millionaires, and many are actually billionaires (and some of them busied themselves inventing stuff like tweeting and Facebook pages).

We’re not here to quantify and compare their successes in terms of dollars and cents, though, nor even assess their relative worths in terms of accomplishments or importance. We’re just here to see how they measure up in the digital footprint department, and it seems that these dropouts are making their marks here in the cyberspace pretty well.

It should be noted that if we were to include entertainers and athletes, this list could quickly become unwieldy, so we kept it mostly to the world of business. Also, this is in no way an endorsement of the choice to forgo higher education, just a fun list on the Internet. STAY IN SCHOOL, KIDS!

Rank Picture Name Title – Company Current PeekScore
1

Mark Zuckerberg Co-founder/CEO – Facebook 10.00 / 10
2

Ralph Lauren Fashion Designer and Founder – Ralph Lauren 10.00 / 10
3

Bill Gates Chairman/Co-founder – Microsoft 9.50 / 10
4

James Cameron Film Director/Producer 9.39 / 10
5

Michael Dell CEO and Founder – Dell, Inc. 8.65 / 10
6

Paul Allen Co-founder – Microsoft 8.53 / 10
7

Richard Branson Chairman – Virgin Group 8.53 / 10
8

Sean Parker Entrepreneur, Former President – Facebook 8.34 / 10
9

Evan Williams Co-founder and former CEO – Twitter 8.28 / 10
10

Biz Stone Co-founder – Twitter 8.26 / 10
11



Ted Turner Founder – TBS, CNN, Turner Entertainment, etc. 8.26 / 10
12



Larry Ellison Co-founder and CEO – Oracle Corporation 8.13 / 10
13

Gabe Newell Co-founder – Valve 8.05 / 10
14

David Geffen Co-founder – Dreamworks, Creator – Asylum Records, Creator – Geffen Records 8.04 / 10
15

Matt Mullenweg Founding developer – WordPress 8.03 / 10
16

David Karp CEO, Founder – Tumblr 7.59 / 10
17

John Mackey Co-CEO – Whole Foods 7.37 / 10
18

Daniel Ek CEO, Founder – Spotify 7.29 / 10
19

Dustin Moskovitz Co-founder – Facebook 7.22 / 10
20

David Neeleman Founder – JetBlue Airways 7.19 / 10

Which of People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” Honorees is the Biggest Deal in Cyberspace?

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Adam Levine

Back in 1985 People Magazine did the Earth’s inhabitants a huge solid and filled them in on who, of all the many men walking the planet at that time, was the Sexiest Man Alive (it was, for the record, Road Warrior star Mel Gibson).

On a mostly annual basis in the years which have come and gone since, People has continued to keep the general public abreast of the various developments and changes in the field of sexiest men. In that time, they’ve named 23 different men — with some of the men being honored more than once — as sexiest (all but two of whom, Patrick Swayze and John F. Kennedy, Jr., are still alive). And the Hollywood Reporter tells us here that they’re just about to name Maroon 5′s lead singer, Adam Levine, as their 24th.

We here at PeekYou don’t know from sexy, sexier, or sexiest, really. That’s not so much our gig. These seem like a fine bunch of gentlemen, and we wish them the best. But we do know from digital footprints — meaning, the degrees to which one is making a mark, and is influential, on and within the Internet — and we decided it a fine idea to see how these apparent hunks measure up in terms of their own impacts and presences here in the ether of the Web.

Rank Picture Name Year(s) PeekScore
1

Tom Cruise 1990 10.00 / 10.00
2

Brad Pitt 1995, 2000 10.00 / 10.00
3

Johnny Depp 2003, 2009 9.99 / 10.00
4

George Clooney 1997, 2006 9.91 / 10.00
5

Mel Gibson 1985 9.85 / 10.00
6

Ryan Reynolds 2010 9.74 / 10.00
7

Ben Affleck 2002 9.34 / 10.00
8

John F. Kennedy, Jr. (deceased) 1988 9.33 / 10.00
9

Adam Levine 2013 9.29 / 10.00
10

Channing Tatum 2012 9.15 / 10.00
11

Matt Damon 2007 9.12 / 10.00
12

Pierce Brosnan 2001 9.11 / 10.00
13

Richard Gere 1993, 1999 9.10 / 10.00
14

Bradley Cooper 2011 9.10 / 10.00
15

Hugh Jackman 2008 9.09 / 10.00
16

Nick Nolte 1992 9.05 / 10.00
17

Sean Connery 1984 9.04 / 10.00
18

Denzel Washington 1996 8.99 / 10.00
19

Harrison Ford 1998 8.97 / 10.00
20

Jude Law 2004 8.80 / 10.00
21

Matthew McConaughey 2005 8.63 / 10.00
22

Patrick Swayze (deceased) 1991 8.26 / 10.00
23

Mark Harmon 1986 8.23 / 10.00
24

Harry Hamlin 1987 7.94 / 10.00

The Top 20 Best-Liked CEOs, Ranked By Online Influence

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Facebook YECCH!

The popular job rating site, Glassdoor.com, compiles an annually updated list of the CEOs most highly rated by their employees; a list which you can check out here. We’ve taken the top 20 executives from this list and have measured and compared their PeekScores; which is our expert way of determining the degrees to which individuals are present, impactful, influential, and active online.

We’re sizing these bigwigs up not based upon the varying quantities of wealth contained within their bonus checks, nor even – as Glassdoor has already done – the degrees to which their employees are satisfied with the jobs they’re doing. We’re seeing how much these men exist — either by their active participation, or passively through being written and/or spoken of — here on the Web.

Note: SAP has co-CEOs, both of whom are on this list. The list, therefore, features 21 names.

Rank Picture Name Company PeekScore
1

Mark Zuckerberg Facebook 10.00 / 10.00
2

Tim Cook Apple 9.45 / 10.00
3

Larry Page Google 8.26 / 10.00
4

Jeff Bezos Amazon 8.08 / 10.00
5

Richard K. Davis U.S. Bank 7.95 / 10.00
6

Howard Schultz Starbucks 7.74 / 10.00
7

Paul E. Jacobs QUALCOMM 7.46 / 10.00
8

Marc Benioff Salesforce.com 7.27 / 10.00
9

Jen-Hsun Huang NVIDIA 7.26 / 10.00
10

Joe Tucci EMC 7.20 / 10.00
11

Ken Chenault American Express 7.19 / 10.00
12

Hans Vestberg Ericsson-Worldwide 7.13 / 10.00
13

Bill McDermott SAP 7.08 / 10.00
14

Dominic Barton McKinsey & Company 7.07 / 10.00
15

Mark B. Templeton Citrix Systems 7.06 / 10.00
16

Jim Hagemann SAP 7.05 / 10.00
17

Jim Turley Ernst & Young 7.03 / 10.00
18

John Schlifske Northwestern Mutual 7.02 / 10.00
19

Frank D’Souza Cognizant Technology Solutions 7.01 / 10.00
20

Pierre Nanterme Accenture 7.00 / 10.00
21

Carlos Rodriguez ADP 6.96 / 10.00

Social Networking’s Biggest CEOs, Ranked By PeekScore

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Social Sites

Here’s a straightforward PeekScore survey for you all. Below we’re assessing the online influence, impact, and overall presence of the CEOs of the Internet’s most popular social networking sites. We’d reckon that most reading this could guess with startling accuracy who is topping the list, but from there on out there are some surprises to be found.

Rank Picture Name Website(s) PeekScore
1

Mark Zuckerberg Facebook 10.00 / 10.00
2

Jeff Weiner LinkedIN 9.95 / 10.00
3

Larry Page Google 8.26 / 10.00
4

Sam Yagan OkCupid 8.22 / 10.00
5

Dick Costolo Twitter 8.20 / 10.00
6

David Karp Tumblr 7.59 / 10.00
7

Jeremy Stoppelman Yelp 7.44 / 10.00
8

Ben Silbermann Pinterest 7.24 / 10.00
9

Kevin Systrom Instagram 7.16 / 10.00
10

Dennis Crowley Foursquare 7.11 / 10.00
11

Joseph Chen Renren 7.10 / 10.00
12

Andrey Andreev Badoo 7.10 / 10.00
13

Tim Vanderhook MySpace 7.07 / 10.00
14

Angelo Sotira DeviantArt 7.05 / 10.00
15

Scott Heiferman Meetup 7.05 / 10.00
16

Annelies van den Belt LiveJournal 7.04 / 10.00
17

Greg Tseng Tagged 7.02 / 10.00
18

Jeffrey Tinsley MyLife.com 6.99 / 10.00

The 10 Biggest Female Pop Stars, Ranked By PeekScore

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Nicki Minaj

A certain Ms. Germanotta (not pictured above), of New York City, releases her third album, ARTPOP, this week. To honor, or at least acknowledge the hype, we’ve made this little list below.

PeekYou’s PeekScore scale quantifies, at-a-glance, an individual’s online prominence, influence, presence, and activity. These women below — being among the western world’s most famous at this moment in time — are pretty much off the charts in all of these regards, and are among the precious few with the very highest PeekScores of all. So, while we generally have fun with the notion of a competitive premise behind these lists, that element is largely absent here. However, there is a tiny bit of wiggle room at the top of the PeekScore scale; a bit of headroom above “10,” as it were. These divas below are ranked in order, in terms of how much of a “10″ — how much more perfect than perfection — they are.

The fact remains, they’re all massive, and they all win. Just click through the items below, and be greeted by a cornucopia of websites, social pages, videos, photos, articles upon articles, and so much more.

Rank Picture Name Recent Single PeekScore
1

Lady Gaga Applause 10.00 / 10.00
2

Katy Perry Roar 10.00 / 10.00
3

Britney Spears Work B***ch 10.00 / 10.00
4

Taylor Swift We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together 10.00 / 10.00
5

Avril Lavigne Here’s to Never Growing Up 10.00 / 10.00
6

Beyoncé Knowles Love on Top 10.00 / 10.00
7

Nicki Minaj High School 10.00 / 10.00
8

Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball 10.00 / 10.00
9

Rihanna Stay 9.53 / 10.00
10

Adele Skyfall 9.52 / 10.00

The PeekScores of Twitter’s Founders

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NYSE Twitter

Twitter launched its IPO on Thursday without calamity, or even incident (unlike the launches of some other social media companies we could name), and as of this writing it’s all been pretty smooth sailing for the stock. You can read what the Wall Street Journal says here.

In honor of this occasion, we’ve decided to pay tribute — in an awfully small way — to the four men who founded the company all the way back in 2006. We’ve sorted them by PeekScore — PeekYou’s way of quantifying each individual’s impact, influence, and presence on the Web — but this list isn’t really a competition (heck, it’s practically a three-way tie for first anyway).

Click through the links below where you’ll be led to social pages, articles, videos, websites, and more, relating to these industrious, quite wealthy dudes.

Rank Picture Name Bio PeekScore
1

Jack Dorsey Also founded Square 8.29 / 10.00
2

Evan Williams Also co-founded Blogger and Medium 8.28 / 10.00
3

Biz Stone Co-created Xanga, Blogger, and Odeo 8.26 / 10.00
4

Noah Glass The “forgotten” founder. Also co-founded Odeo. 7.55 / 10.00