Challenges and Goals Creating an application designed to be a central repository to store and display our life’s collection of personal data is a monumental task. Having to factor in the ability to integrate external and cloud based data sources, that will most likely change over time, in addition to our local data makes it […]
2012 was a year where I began covering some broader areas. While I continue to follow services that do social aggregation as well as services that leverage social data, I continue to focus quite a bit more on personal data as well. I’ve been following sensing devices that focus on gathering data to help improve
Ever since I first heard about the Locker Project and Singly, I’ve been anxiously waiting to see what apps would be built on the platform, knowing that a lifestreaming service would surely be created. Well it’s been over a year since the original announcement and the wait is now over with the public release of Showw.me.
When I first heard about App.net a few weeks back I was intrigued. On the surface it sounded all too similar to the ill fated Diaspora initiative aiming to create an open alternative to Facebook. I didn’t feel that the Diaspora team was able to accomplish their lofty goal. They just didn’t seem to have
Last week Marshall Kirkpatrick at ReadWriteWeb wrote a story about The Locker Project which is a new activity data capturing application. You can go there and read the full post (after you’re done here of course) and learn about the team at Singly working on this and the 1st place award they won at the