On Millions, ExpresslyNotes I've taken on Blogger, expression and value. No - actually better not to think in terms of just one tool.
The online personal voice. The partipatory web and the growing catalogue of where, who, what, when, why.
What's interesting about it, they say? All those photos and all that endless self-talk, "I experience", "I experienced", "I may experience again..."
It's the nature of the thing. Our timers are always set to run. Often we dismiss the motion of the clock's second-hand; it's boring perhaps because it's easily presumed. So why isn't this a problem? What remains compelling about invitations into personal spaces - information that doesn't help us to survive individually? Perhaps it's this: Any life is dramatic that is only lived once.