Life logging

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Life logging, sometimes known as quantified self, is the process of tracking and recording personal data via various technologies including, but not limited to; Apps, Smart watches, wrist trackers, and cameras.

Life logging in the mainstream

Many people take part in life logging without perhaps even realising they're doing so. The many forms of social media such as; Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (among others) can be said to be a form of life logging.

Life logging and Transhumanism

To some transhumanists, the process of life logging is a way to achieve a form of digital immortality.

Life logging and Longevity

Life logging with regards to longevity may come mostly in the form of health and sleep trackers. Optimised health being seen as a critical component to some.

Life Logging Technologies

A large list of life logging technologies is listed on the blog lifestream

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