My QSSV Meetup Talk on Lifelogging

December 8, 2013 · 0 minutes Less than a minute read

This is the second talk I give on the topic of my lifelog (you can find the earlier version here). This time it was at the QS Silicon Valley meetup held at the Evernote offices. It’s a slightly updated version with some new material. The talk is approximately 8 minutes long followed by 8 minutes […]

My Quantified Self Conference Talk on Lifelogging

December 8, 2013 · 0 minutes Less than a minute read

This is the talk I gave at the 2013 Quantified Self Global Conference on October 10th. It’s 7.5 minutes long followed by a short Q&A period. There was a small tech glitch midway that led to a couple slides disappearing. I’ve embedded the slides below which make it easier to follow. I’ve since given an […]

Upgrade to the Latest brainOS: Manufactured Awareness 2.0

October 23, 2013 · 4 minutes read

I recently gave a talk at the Quantified Self Global Conference about my life logging experiment. It sparked several interesting discussions. One of the insights that stood out is the sense of manufactured awareness I briefly highlighted in a previous post. So I’ve decided to elaborate on this point adding to it from these discussions […]

A Life Logged: Surprises And Insights

July 3, 2013 · 8 minutes read

This is a follow-up post on the life log experiment I started on May 19. If you haven’t done so already, I recommend you read this introductory post on the topic. For the past 42 days, I’ve logged 923 activities over 998 hours or 59,865 minutes, at an average of 22 events per day. I am […]

A Life Logged: My New Experiment

June 12, 2013 · 3 minutes read

I recently started a new experiment. It consists of tracking every waking minute of my days. Let me back up, and give you a bit of context. Why am I doing this? A few weeks ago, I wrapped up my job as a management consultant. Almost 2 years of my life were spent there, a […]