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Living the Wired Life
Gordon Bell
What if a diary could capture and store everything an individual experiences in his or her lifetime? Tech luminary Gordon Bell, principal researcher at Microsoft, has spent over a decade working on the MyLifeBits project, an exploration of various aspects of digitizing life, also known as lifelogging. Co-author of Total Recall (recently republished as Your Life, Uploaded: The Digital Way to Better Memory, Health, and Productivity), Bell will speak about the history of MyLifeBits and the impact technology has had on the enduring drive to document our lives.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011, 6:30 p.m.

Tickets: $15 for Non-Members; $10 for Members
*The exhibition The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Lives will be open at 5:30 p.m. especially for program attendees.
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Please call (212) 685-0008 ext. 560 or e-mail for information.

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