Data-Based Enlightenment

Data-Based Enlightenment
technology

From Facebook updates to GPS statistics, data these days can surround us to the point of sheer inundation. However, where some might see an emerging problem, Matthew Cornell sees a much-needed solution.

Jackie Rangel
  • 26 august 2010

From Facebook updates to GPS statistics, data these days can surround us to the point of sheer inundation. However, where some might see an emerging problem, Matthew Cornell sees a much-needed solution. His new venture, Edison, is part of the larger Think, Try, Learn project and aims to provide a platform that encourages people to use data collection as a means for self-improvement.

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