I DON'T WANT TO start lifelogging with Memoto's clip-on camera. It's available as a clothing accessory after its Kickstarter campaign finishes.
The wearable camera is a plastic square with rounded corners measuring less than 1.5 square inches. It has a pinhole for its camera lens. Small clips on the back help attach it to collars, shirts, or straps.
It snaps two 5 MP images every minute and embeds geodata into the EXIF file of every image. Its charge lasts for 48 duty hours. When you hook the Memoto to a computer to charge, it uploads its cache to the cloud where you can view the images. According to the designers, "the camera and the app work together to give you pictures of every single moment of your life, complete with information on when you took it and where you were." It's sentient and active--which can unnerve some people.
I expect to see a few of these lifelogging cameras on people after this Christmas. I don't think it's good form to expose the pinhole to friends partying in pubs.
Kickstarter -- "Memoto Lifelogging Camera" has $270,000 of its $50,000 goal.
Bernie Goldbach has saved this technology in his stack of privacy pages.