Lifelogging is dying, right?
Gordon Bell, who served as leader of the lifelogging movement since the 1990s, told me earlier this year that he had given it up.
A couple of weeks after I dropped the news about Bell, the former editor-in-chief of Wired, Chris Anderson, tweeted that he had quit lifelogging as well.
What is lifelogging? Definitions vary. But generally, lifelogging is the automated collection of personal documents, data (including biometric data), photos and videos that can be used later for total recall or preserved for posterity.