I just received the following email:
In recognition of your contributions to Stack Overflow, we’d like to invite you to create a professional profile on Stack Overflow Careers 2.0.
A Careers 2.0 profile is a great place to showcase your professional work as a programmer – Stack Exchange answers, open source projects, even the books you’ve read.
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I appreciate the account and while I'm not looking for a job I'll create a profile just to say I have one now. However I'm confused by how I was "chosen" for this. I haven't been contributing much to Stack Overflow recently, much more to MSO and Cog Sci. What triggered this email to me now?