Browsing History

Kadambini, India — Okt 24, 2016

Akademie Schloss Solitude - Browsing History

What you seek is seeking you – Rumi

We search, we look-up and we find out information through various mediums on internet. Internet has made things easier for all of us. We search for the ailments and conditions, or food you eat or the author you have been reading for a while. One suggestion takes you to another link then another , until you realise you are into one vicious cycle. But some are so mundane, you tend to forget. You are having a discussion in who knows better social meetings, and you could only contribute a part or misleading information.
Browsing history of a person shapes a certain qualities of a human. Hows he feeling? Hows he doing? And what stage he is at in his life. And off-course this can differ from day to day. Some are generic that has been thrown upon us via various marketers and few are the deliberate effort of us to go and search for.
What if we use this data and give back the rights to normal person to use it in their advantage.
A diary entry usually try to reflect back in a person’s day. We create an extension that can plugged to any browser and can track and populate things in the end of day for a person to go back and see. End of the day, person can see what all he has seen in all kind of categories, and then we can motivate them to write and can reflect upon his day.
– This can act as a repository for a person to save all the relevant links in important reads.
– A diary that can record with discrete entries arranged by date reporting on what has happened over the course of a day or other period.Mostly to reflect back on the day.
– A personal growth journal.

Kadambini singh based in delhi, India.
I am working as a interaction designer. I have a specific interest in cross platform concepts, systems thinking, and shared value advertising, and a strong belief in the power of design for social good.
In the midst of creating things, i indulge myself in reading and writing about stuff that interest me from science of everyday living to the magical power that we bestow in our life.

http://cargocollective.com/kadambini

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