I couldn't think of anything more dull.
Such a boring autobiography that is of how long you were riding on a taxi and how much calories you've burnt. From the artistic point of view none of those things matter. However the author once again raises this important topic – one should not let everyone know what's truly personal.
Yes, of course that would be very boring. I agree. My point was that the phones can read every detail of the activities you do. Probably, some intelligence can be built in to pluck out uninteresting things.
I find this idea very interesting but I would describe is as a diary instead, it seems much closer to that type of human behavior.
Yes Callil, the stuff I mentioned in the article is more of a diary than autobiography. It's just that I felt "autobiography" sells better than "diary" as a title. ;)
This is freaking awesome. I've got an app that tracks a lot of those sensors and I think I could make a way to deterministically generate a pretty interesting story. I'm not sure what a good use case of this would be for me, but it seems like a really cool concept.
Thanks Joe! :)