Self tracking your online life!
Cross-platform Chrome History Analysis
There is a movement of self tracking. Monitoring pulse, heartbeat and so on. But the most important is not being tracked: our online behavior.
Making sure we can self document, we need the following things.
Chrome only keeps its history for a max of 90 days, so we need to start saving history.
We need to collect HTML data from the pages we visit and keep them cached.
(Cleaning up) We need to extract and analyze data from the HTML, such as code snippets, links, microdata, images, events.. anything really.
(Not started) Allow plugins per website for example. Extract trip date from airbnb page to connect to photos for example.
For now, go to Extensions in Chrome, and "load unpacked". Open the
chromePluginin this folder.
pip install nostalgia
To test it out, run
nostalgia serve. Look at the
boot_as_serviceon how to run
nostalgiaas a service on boot.
Make sure you do not lose history, run
nostalgia backup_historyevery (at most) 90 days.
- Referral data
- Visit counts
HTML (after adding analyzer)
- code snippets
- publication date
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