Under Sousveillance: Personal Informatics & Techniques of the Self
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A talk for Defrag 2008. Just starting to think about all the great work people like Jones & Coates have been doing.

A talk for Defrag 2008. Just starting to think about all the great work people like Jones & Coates have been doing.

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  • 1. Under sousveillance: personal informatics & techniques of the self
  • 2. sr bna
  • 3. Are we too infatuated with the present?
  • 4. The past is not dead. Itʼs not even past.
  • 5. bullet time apps for data
  • 6. The strategic idea of the archive is a refreshed now.
  • 7. What happens when we help people make invisible life patterns visible?
  • 8. watching you watch yourself
  • 9. Blame Coates & Jones
  • 10. Clickstreams Location Taste data Status updates Social connections Photos/writing/bookmarking Financial data Email/phone/SMS/IM Smart objects External sources
  • 11. Where is the Kayak for my life?
  • 12. “People check their stats like crack addled gerbils.” Matt Mullenweg
  • 13. * Discovery * Wayfinding * Validation * Analytics * Documentation
  • 14. It should be ambient.
  • 15. It should be visual.
  • 16. It should be ubiquitous.
  • 17. It should create a dialog between the self and the group.
  • 18. “Information processing dissolving into behavior.”
  • 19. “Everyware is always situated in a particular context.”
  • 20. “The appeal of everyware is at some level universal.”
  • 21. Caveats: * Making explicit what was latent * Need to see the beautiful seams * Interconnection brings emergent, unexpected consequences * We donʼt know the privacy issues yet * Avoid the ʻset upʼ problem * Managing ongoing user expectations * Structure v. experimentation
  • 22. Many thanks to: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fiveinchpixie/527148477/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/heather/2904402/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/zoonie/27555176/ http://flickr.com/photos/toughkidcst/2959726563/
  • 23. brianoberkirch.com photo by Lane Hartwell