Note to Self

with Manoush Zomorodi

Your guide to an accelerating world.

  • Privacy Paradox: Results Show

    Feb 15, 2017
    Tens of thousands of people did the Privacy Paradox challenge. Seven percent of you want to give up. Seventy percent of you want to push for big change. And we have ideas. 
  • Day 5: Your Personal Terms of Service

    Feb 10, 2017
    It's day five of Note to Self's Privacy Paradox challenge. The last day. We'll draw some conclusions from this week—and some boundaries for the future.
  • Day 4: Fifteen Minutes of Anonymity

    Feb 9, 2017
    It's day four of the Privacy Paradox challenge. The executive producer of The Bachelor explains how we change when we know we’re being watched. And, we all get off the grid. Briefly.
  • Day 3: Something To Hide

    Feb 8, 2017
    It's not just clicks and likes. Marketers are mining the words you use, your tone and sentence length, to profile you. Today, find out who the Internet thinks you are. 
  • Day 2: The Search For Your Identity

    Feb 7, 2017
    Today, we go from creepy to crappy. Creepy is the feeling that the machines know something. Crappy is, at least, knowing what they know. And taking a step to slow the information flow. 
  • Day 1: What Your Phone Knows

    Feb 6, 2017
    Your Privacy Paradox challenges start today.  What does your phone know about you? Too much, probably. Time to take charge. 
  • Saving Big Data From Itself

    Jan 25, 2017
    Researchers say big data can save the world. But the data has to come from somewhere. And that somewhere is us.