2008 Sep 16, 4:56
All about self-trackers who track and graph all sorts of personal data. I suppose mycrocosm is like the self-tracker's twitter. "A quick overview of the emerging culture of self-tracking ran in the
Washington Post the other day. Called "Bytes of Life: For Every Move, Mood and Bodily Function, There's a Web Site to Help You Keep Track." The subtitle is a gross exaggeration, although in time it
will be true."
2008 Jul 18, 2:14
So far I've enjoyed two of this person's articles. More to come?
2008 Jul 18, 1:50
On GoogleUnique names for children. "Oh, and I have a GoogleCommon name. I share my name with so many other people that we have our own Kevin Kelly disambiguation website." To avoid race conditions
be sure to use your NIC's ID in the child's name.
2008 Jun 19, 4:25
Its the 90s version of the information economy: "He has noticed a new behaivor among his native hosts. If they are young, they want to borrow his phone and mine if for goodies they can copy."
2008 Feb 3, 11:04
On the Internet perfect copies may be made forever so what's left to pay for? Kevin Kelly describes eight such things.