Life streaming and

I was reading a few tech articles today and watching some cool videos when I realized I consume way more tech knowledge than I disseminate. I started thinking about whether it would be possible to disseminate as I learn, whether I could expedite that process. This converged with what I’d been reading about (data rot and the loss of historical artifacts to neglectful storage techniques) and an idea that has been tugging at the corners of my mind since I was in grade school: personal historical documentation, the idea that my experiences and environment could be preserved indefinitely for the benefit of future historians. On top of all this I encountered an article last night about “life streaming.” It talked about Storytlr which, as far as I could tell from the brief glance I gave it last night, amounted more or less to a feed aggregator.

My long shift in the CS lab was today and I forgot to bring the charger for my laptop. I started playing on the whiteboard instead and this is what I came up with:

Life streaming