Otter Playfully Sticks Out His Tongue at You
Memoto, known as the “life logging camera”, has gained publicity for taking self-documentation to the next level. There are many critiques of the system and the overall goal of documenting your whole life. However, I want to focus on the benefits when talking about this revolutionary idea.
What if you could go back and remember the little moments in your day that made you smile, that inspired you, that just made you happy? Memoto creates a “life library”, allowing you to filter through your days and find images taken twice a minute. The divice is small, about the size of a watch, letting you to clip it on and then forget about it. It has a long battery life, lasting about two full days without a charge. Memoto began as yet another KickStarter success and is now available for pre-order. Are you ready for a photography memory?
Gloomy thinking can be contagious
When students show up at college in the fall, they’ll have to deal with new classes, new friends and a new environment. In many cases, they will also have new roommates – and an intriguing new research study suggests this can have important mental health consequences.
(Photo illustration: Katherine Streeter for NPR)