Links tagged with “lifelogging”
howisFelix.today? · Felix Krause
Amazing example of lifelogging, including code and explanation. “… the main conclusion is that it is not worth building your own solution, and investing this much time.” (via Kottke)
My Notebook System - ratfactor
If I ever think weeknotes and any other logging I do is excessive, I can just read this to comfort myself. (via Orbital Operations, which has re-emerged)
Britain’s largest diary eight times longer than ‘War and Peace’ - Telegraph
66 years, 21,000 pages, 33,000 photos, illustrations and cuttings.
Videos of sessions from the Personal Digital Archiving 2010 conference. Haven’t watched anything yet. Did anyone reading this go? How was it?
Call for participation for PDA 2011
Ooh: Personal Digital Archiving 2011 Conference. Sounds very interesting indeed. Hmm, San Francisco in February… (via Blech)
Burn Fat, Lose Weight, and Gain Muscle - DailyBurn
I couldn’t remember what gym-tracking site I used to use. Finally found it, but it didn’t help that it had changed from Gyminee to DailyBurn since I last used it.
A nice data-rich “summary of now” homepage. (via @tomcoates)
“A web service that allows you to share snippets of information from the minutiae of daily life in the form of simple statistical graphs.” Like Daytum? Love it. (via Haddock)
Winner of the Personal Visualization Project is… | FlowingData
Oodles of pretty and obsessive charting of personal data. (via Boing Boing)
Daily Photo Aging Project ( photo-a-day )
Lets you keep track of any kind of daily data you like and graph it. Brilliant. I don’t often think “I wish I’d thought of that” but… (via Kottke)
Bottle Tracker - Baby Tracker Software by Trixie Tracker
Anything this obsessive makes me feel much more relaxed about my levels of personal quantification. (via Kevin Kelly)