[ExI] Personal BIG Data - How much?

Adrian Tymes atymes at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 20:22:21 UTC 2015

On Sep 2, 2015 12:19 PM, <natasha at natasha.cc> wrote:
> Your electronic information emitting from you through your devices.

A meaningless statistic, without standardization of measurement.  Put
another way, any answer we could give would be wrong, possibly dramatically
so, by some other measurer.

Uncompressed or compressed (and if so, by what algorithm)?  What format?

Active transmissions only, or does in-response stuff like RFIDs count?

What counts as "your" data?  The position of each device (which may or may
not correspond to your location)?  Monitoring telemetry you don't care
about and might not even know about?  Third party data you are merely

What counts as your devices?  Your car?  The cab/bus/et cetera you always
ride to and from work?  A pager lent to you for some minutes by a
restaurant so you know when your order's ready?

Given your phrasing, presumably electronically detectable data coming from
your body itself, without use or need of electronics to emit this data,
does not count...or does it?  (Any implants you may have being another
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