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Editor's note: Pete Cashmore is founder and CEO of Mashable, a popular blog about social media. He is writing a weekly column about social networking and tech for CNN.com.
London, England (CNN) -- A U.K. firm is set to launch a camera to capture every moment of a person's life. While you may reel at the privacy implications, I'd wager that the high price of not capturing and sharing every moment of our lives will soon dwarf the cost to our privacy.
The SenseCam, worn on a cord around the neck, will retail for $820 and capture an image every 30 seconds. Originally developed by Microsof
Originally posted by colloredbrothers
The camera pictuures are then linked to a twitter network and pictures are automaticly uploaded on twitter.
I bet something like this would start to be popular because people are so stupid these days.
Why type what you do? show people what your doing!
[edit on 5-12-2009 by colloredbrothers]