I have talked about Kickstarter projects before, these are tech projects that are funded by you. Many inventors get money for their new stuff there, and one of the latest is the Memoto camera, which doubled its goal in 12 hours.
The Memoto camera is about the size of a postage stamp, and this micro-device snaps random photos. It clips to your clothing with a stainless steel clip, and it has software that can organize the photos to the photos can be accessed at any time. Each photo can be taken every 30 seconds in 5 Megapixel resolution, and it has a GPS so you can tell where the picture was taken.
I suppose what we are looking at is a camera that will record almost every moment of your life. Now, if there was only a way to just upload to Facebook easily. Perhaps there will be people who just randomly upload to Facebook from their Memotos.
Well, I look forward to this new era of Instagraming. If you want to get in on this, it will cost about $279 and should be available in many colors early next year.