I always wondered why my father would complain when installing software on his computer, grunting at the lengthy "End User License Agreement" that you are forced to agree to. Personally, I figured it was just as simple as hitting the "I agree" checkbox and moving on. I suspect that with each new generation of our population, we have become less and less worried about our privacy.
This led me to thinking about my iPhone and how I allow my friends, family and significant other the privilege of tracking my GPS location at all times. I figure, I have nothing (much) to hide, so I might as well let everyone know what I am up to. It may just save my life one day if I am ever stranded or I get lost in the woods.
So I made the decision to track and record ALL of my activity using my iPhone. This would allow me to turn the raw data into a visual rendering of my daily life. Again, the advanced tracking technology is out there, to the extent that some large corporation somewhere or government agency in Virginia can determine where I am and what I am doing at all times.
This project will continue on as a series, with each iteration building upon the previous findings. All GPS tracks, routes and waypoints will be published to the worldwide web, with gallery sized framed prints to be displayed whenever and wherever possible. Let's open up "Pandora's Box" and see what we discover!