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Sunday, October 29, 2006

Tracking Transience

Hasan Elahi, an art professor who was put under some intense scrutiny after the 9/11 attacks, has decided to let everyone know where he is at all times, what he is doing, and so on. He fashioned an electronic bracelet of sorts from a mobile phone and wears it continually while photographing and documenting details from his daily life. All of this information ends up on his website in realtime, so not only the FBI, but anyone else can track his every move.

There’s a brief article on Elahi over at worldchanging, I found this on Schneier’s blog.

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posted by jet at 13:23  

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