You know, Nora Young has a new book out now called The Virtual Self: How Our Digital Lives Are Altering The World Around Us, all about the way more and more of us are keeping track of our everyday lives. There are tons of digital tools to help us record, aggregate and archive everything from our morning runs to our web-browsing habits. Basically, how many of us are converting our daily experience into statistics. In her book, Nora looks at what all this digital self-reporting means when it comes to transparency and privacy.
And we've got five copies to give away! Just leave us a comment here with your thoughts on life-logging or personal data collection, and next week we'll randomly select the winners from all the comments.