Slate Magazine [slate.com] just a released a slick 4-minute video interview with graphic designer Nicholas Felton, famous for his yearly self-tracking infographic reports (2009,2008, 2007, 2006 and 2005). Next to the usual Felton questions (e.g. How long does it take to track your life? Does it interfere with your private life? What did you learn from your self-tracking? etc.), the video also contains a surprisingly revealing look at his iCal diary (i.e. "search for mens room in 30 rock" on Wednesday December 1, 10h30...), and a sneak preview on a language-based graph Felton seems to be designing for the 10-year anniversary of Wikipedia.
Watch the video below.
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The original Wall Street Journal article is here.