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Lifestreaming Pros by Jeremy Wagstaff, Cons by Nicholas Carr, and Lifelogging with Gordon Bell

I just came across this post from Jeremy Wagstaff titled Technology and Getting A Life. I’ve mentioned Jeremy before and he seems to have taken a liking to the Lifestream concept. Here’s a snip: But Nicholas is not really talking about that. He’s talking about things called lifestreams – where we nerds create a digital …

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I’d imagine that most of you have already by now heard of Justin.tv but for the 3 of you that haven’t (wait, that’s my total readership at this point) then you should go check it out. He calls it Lifecasting, although I think of it as Extreme Lifestreaming. Basically this guy mounted a camera on …

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Professor Writes Research Paper on Computers Needing to Forget

Lifestreaming inevitably always seems to prompt concerns of privacy. The basis for creating a Lifestream first begins by either already using or finding a web service that by design already provides anybody the ability to see our activity. Last.fm allows users to find our profile page and see what music we listen to, while del.icio.us …

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