analyzing myself life logging is super important what things am i interested in processing? source
doing things digitally automatically logs data for the timeline feels wrong that data can be forgotten and lost forever want to have the choice whether to forget or remember, and want to be able to access forgotten memories
ultimately, i want this to be an effort to accomplish two things:
reduce the services i use
connect all of the services i use
and i want to be able to interface with all of them
eventually, i would like to be able to open this ecosystem to others, and in doing so allow people to share events, memories and experiences
i want to see everything i have sent and to whom i have sent it to
i want to be able to track all of my purchases
track precisely what i am eating and the assoc. information
what exercise am i doing? what does it change about my health?
sleep, mental competency/sluggishness? some way to reflect on longer term progress
temp during sleep weather conditions information
tracking blood levels is best way to deduce health composition
sleep time, health etc
what projects do i work on? when? how much do i do?
where have i been? why? how?
where did i probably spend my time? what places am i interested in? what did i visit?
what mail do i get? what htings go through mail?
google gives lots of good analysis, like browsing and youtube watch history
what do i listen to? why? how?
document what i see
assoc with location
assoc with sound
assoc with time and other things
front to back: time and location taken to ig and blog post
what goes on
what i learned
the more i track the more i know about myself the more time i save the more efficient i become
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-72501-w does perceived health matter more than actual health? this is just one study but nature is huge.
https://wakatime.com/ tracking time spent in various editors to get programming metrics!