Monthly Archives for November 2014

Writing photographs (#1YearNoCam)

The visual turn on the internet has been evident for a few years now. Our cameras are computers, always in our pockets, always connected to the internet. We share photos in conversation, in seduction, for a laugh, to make a … Continue reading

20. November 2014 by Jill
Categories: Digital Art, Electronic literature | 2 comments

How the Narrative Clip utterly fails to document my life

I was excited to receive my Narrative Clip this spring. It’s the first consumer lifelogging camera: you clip it to your clothes and it silently takes a photo every 30 seconds. Then you connect it to your computer. It uploads … Continue reading

14. November 2014 by Jill
Categories: Visualise me | Leave a comment

If the digital present is already history, what is the future?

I’m at Le sujet digital in Paris and just heard Tim Barker give a fascinating talk about time and the digital, which also happens to be the title of his book which I’m looking forwards to reading. He talked about how … Continue reading

13. November 2014 by Jill
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My TEDxBergen talk: What Can’t We Measure in a Quantified World?

A few weeks ago, I gave a talk at TEDxBergen about wearables, the Quantified Self movement, dataism and all the things we cannot and might not want to measure. The talk is a shorter version of chapter 5 in my new … Continue reading

12. November 2014 by Jill
Categories: Visualise me | 2 comments