Tracking space

Sidetrack
“The Sidetrack table peripherally records you as you work in the home, tracing a pattern as you move from space to space. Marker pens plot this pattern as the table spins, oscillating in time with your movement between rooms. Sensors are placed in the areas you want to observe, for example the desk or the kitchen. By placing tags on the table, you purposefully work towards set tasks, with the patterns reflecting the journey towards these objectives. In this way, giving value to the intangible effort and pockets of time you devote whilst working from home.”
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Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design

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Recovering data

Facebook App Brings Back Data
“People who are in despair about Facebook’s recent removal of personal information from their profiles can dry their tears. There’s an app to get it back. The social-networking juggernaut has been removing freestyle prose that users had added to their profiles about favorite activities, interests, music, books, movies and TV shows — sometimes painstakingly over years — and putting in its place links to related public pages.”
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NYTimes.com

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