#en4709 week 2.5: projects in lifelogging and lifecasting

Take Pepy’s Diary (a humanist document if ever there was one, now online, mapped, annotated by crowdsource) not too much further and we get to lifelogging. Process and publish the life logged data and we get to lifecasting. Go all French and panopticonic and you get sousveillance. To some extent, we’re already there. Tweets, emails, Skype calls,… Continue reading #en4709 week 2.5: projects in lifelogging and lifecasting

bookmarks for September 8th, 2012

Tooling Up for Digital Humanities – "The Tooling Up workshop series offers an introduction to fundamental concepts, methods, and issues within the field of digital humanities. It is appropriate for undergraduates, graduates, and faculty members, but is aimed primarily at humanities scholars with minimal exposure to digital methodology and a curiosity to learn more about… Continue reading bookmarks for September 8th, 2012

bookmarks for April 25th, 2012 through May 7th, 2012

What Your Klout Score Really Means | Epicenter | Wired.com – Your own personal Jesus-meter. More like a scam to have the mark collate his own data. via Nick Carbone. – (DigitalHumanities digitalkulture socialmedia twitter scamming lifelogging ) Techno-euphoria – I want to suggest that both these groups of techno-utopians and techno-skeptics belong to the… Continue reading bookmarks for April 25th, 2012 through May 7th, 2012

bookmarks for May 6th, 2011 through May 9th, 2011

Atlas of the Habitual – hyper logging project. – (readlater lifelogging gps ) Do’s and Don’ts for Your Work’s Social Platforms – Andrew McAfee – Harvard Business Review – a pretty modest and conservative view of using social apps, but illustrates that writers can use them for things other than slagging off everyone else. –… Continue reading bookmarks for May 6th, 2011 through May 9th, 2011

From the pad

I’m well satisfied with the iPad two weeks in. No, I can’t do everything I can with a laptop (but I can do everything I would do with a netbook), and getting files on and off the thing can be tricky (although I’m developing work habits to adjust for that), and I find having to… Continue reading From the pad

bookmarks for April 28th, 2010 through May 1st, 2010

Magazine Preview – The Data-Driven Life – NYTimes.com – Looks at lifelogging. Takes on some pocketbook psychology, but discusses the trend and some practice well. – (lifelogging tracking socialpractices ) How Social Media is Affecting the Way We Speak and Write – Light weight observations on social media, ending with the inevitable "it all depends"… Continue reading bookmarks for April 28th, 2010 through May 1st, 2010

bookmarks for February 17th, 2010 through February 18th, 2010

Nicholas Felton | Feltron.com – Home of the Feltron Annual Report and other lifelogging experiments – (lifecasting lifelogging ) Technologically Externalized Knowledge and Learning « Connectivism – – (vle ple learning elearning ) After Frustrations in Second Life, Colleges Look to New Virtual Worlds – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education – The thrill… Continue reading bookmarks for February 17th, 2010 through February 18th, 2010