In order to speak to my subconscious, I looked to virtual reality. I thought that looking at the real world through a headset, while messing with the image in between, could provide an experience that began to separate the head from the body.
It’s strange how statistics can represent something like a relationship. I analyzed text messages with my girlfriend and saw stories in the data.
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I began the week by collecting a bunch of different data sets about myself: my Apple Health data, my Google Export, and my iMessage history.
Continue reading “Collecting My Digital Footprint”
I resumed work recording my stomach by trying to create a better connector for my microphone to my stethoscope. I bought some kind of brass pipe coupler and taped it to the mic. On the other end, I retrofitted my old connector to fit into the brass pipe, allowing the stethoscope tube to be threaded through while blocking out some of the outside noise. This seemed a little better but not good enough.
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I have long wanted to understand my stomach. During meals, I can be finicky, reluctant to eat. After eating even the largest of meals, I can leave hungry. And many times per week I end up so “hangry”, dazed and unable to make basic decisions.
How might I pay attention to what is going on inside of me?