Nah I prefer to use K-pop ones since almost everybody on the field either use 2D crap or some plant as their profile picture.
Where I work for the majority it's either their own face or the default avatar. Since I am ugly, I use the default.
should i really put an anime girl in my work slack profile?
what if someone cries about it? what if they call me a p*d*??
Depends on the character really.
I'm too much of a coward to do it.
WTF? Why would such a think impact your work? Take it up with HR or something.
Tell him he should pay the doujin-artist to create an anime-version of your face, because you don't want your face recognitioned by bigcorpos who are about to take over sa worldo.
dont be a pussy show up with a horsecock in your mouth
You could use one of the avatar makers from picrew.
Would this be acceptable to use on linkedin and microsoft teams or will my coworkers think I am a weirdo? I am not a weirdo btw. I am just a normal guy.>>2629>caps lock
Yes it would be weird, the question is can you, in your position, with what you're doing and how you are around people, afford to have a weird representation on your digital connections towards your colleagues
If you still get the jobs you want to have, why not?
If you're really good at what you're doing, you can represent via everything. Just have a good answer for when someone asks you about it like>it's a show about dystopian digitalization
or something like that
I have a github account with a disposable e-mail and a not-so-serious username, should I use that one for work or do I really have to put my name, surname and birthday to everything these days?
Does your workplace not have policy about it? Where I work one can use their personal github as long as the commit is done under their work email but I chose to have a separate work account because I don't like mixing work with life.
Compromise and use something family friendly like from Studio Ghibli
Spotted a Lain avatar in the wild today. They are in an office in a different country so I most probably will never meet them in person, but I will look for the name in the annual promoted/fired lists.