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My Thoughts on the Microsoft Lifestreaming Patent

Last week through an Engadget post I learned of a Microsoft patent filing for ‘life streaming’. The filing describes ‘life streaming as: A system and method for analyzing, summarizing, and transmitting life experiences captured using a life recorder is described. A life recorder is a recording device that continuously captures life experiences, including unanticipated life […]

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CNN Stories on The Psychology of Lifestreaming and Living it for a Week

CNN released 2 stories on Lifestreaming this week. The first is titled “Do digital diaries mess up your brain?” written by Elizabeth Landau which provides some very interesting information with regards to Lifestreaming. It begins providing some background about Gordon Bell and the Sensecam which will finally be released soon. But the story goes on

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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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