Tracking Transience

September 15th, 2007 | Filed under: Mapping, Scary, Social | 2 Comments »


Where is Hasan Elahi right now? After an interogation stint with the FBI, mistaken as an enemy combatant, artist and self declared troublemaker, Hassan, now reveals every detail about his life an FBI agent would want to know. So. . . no need to every summon Hassan ever again. Simply go to and locate him (via self imposed gps tracker), see what he’s eaten, where he’s been, what urinals he’s used, etc.

via conflux

2 Comments on “Tracking Transience”

  1. 1 cw said at 9:28 am on November 27th, 2007:

    wow. scary. thank you stuart!

  2. 2 eng280 limited fork & the impact of technology said at 3:38 am on November 30th, 2007:

    Hey: check this out: The Future of Books SUPPLEMENT (aka The Future of Libraries plus revival of links dead elsewhere)…

    Tine extension (from a comment in Leslie’s Blog where the links in the comment are not active): What about the future of libraries? Physical space of libraries may not permit the warehousing of all titles, so criteria of selection related……

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