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Lifelogging

Making a systematic recording of events, observations, or measurements. ….of your life.

Taking photos has become a widespread trend among young -and not so young- people who share all these images through different social sites.

Lately, a Swedish company has created Memoto, the world’s smallest wearable camera which takes a picture every 30 seconds, creating a visual log of your life without getting out your camera or video.

The question is, would you really want to record all the events in your life? What are the advantages and the disadvantages? What about other people’s privacy?

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2 comments on “Lifelogging

  1. santiprofemates
    14/11/2012

    OMG! freaky stuff…

  2. Juan Tobar
    14/11/2012

    Reblogged this on geoDemesne and commented:
    Here is another example of reality catching up with science-fiction. The first lifecasting or lifelogging camera.

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