now this just seems like a recipe for disaster.
There have been a lot of web 2.0 tools that track things that you wouldn’t never think need to be tracked. bedpost, I’m afraid, is definitely one of them. I’d like to give a proper review of the site but I’m a bit afraid to try it out.
Basically, it’s a journal of your sexual encounters and gives you data visualization of your gettin’ busyness. It asks the important questions such as “What time did you start?” “how long did it last?” and “and this was with whom?”. It’s like Mint for your sex life.
I suppose this could be used for medical records…
Web 2.0, sailing majestically over the shark, in slo-mo.
I think this is the exact point that "diminishing returns" were hit.
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