On Lifelogging and the Quantified Self | Medea Vox

We’ve all heard about the Fitbits, GoPros, sleep apps and other digital trackers that create data points out of our everyday activities. But how did people self-archive before the digital? What does the era of digital storage do to our concepts of identity and self-representation?

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We’ve all heard about the Fitbits, GoPros, sleep apps and other digital trackers that create data points out of our everyday activities. But how did people self-archive before the digital? What does the era of digital storage do to our concepts of identity and self-representation?

This is Molly Schwartz, and i’m here with Jacek Smolicki, an artist and fellow PhD candidate at Malmö University. Welcome to this Medea Vox episode on life-logging and the quantified self.

This is a conversation between Molly Schwartz and Jacek Smolicki, both PhD candidates in media and communication studies at Malmö University.

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