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1 Second Everyday

Developer(s)1 Second Everyday Inc.
Facebook1SecondEveryday
Initial release10 January 2013 ; 7 years ago ( 2013-01-10 )
PlatformiOS , Android
Stable release3.2
Twitter@1secondeveryday
Website1se .co
Written inSwift , Objective-C

As a writer at a site that covers a lot of startups, I hear the same line a few Times week: We just want to make something that makes people live better. 1 Second Everyday actually made my life better and it does so without really having to do much of anything at all. The idea is just as the name implies: one second of video, every day. One second to represent your daily adventures. One second to prove that day happen. At the end of the year or week, or month, or whatever length of time you choose it compile all of those fleeting clips into one wonderfully erratic video. My original intention for firing up 1SE was to use it to help me remember each day a bit more clearly. As someone who works from home more often than not, days can sort of blend together. Wake up. Walk dog. Fall into the Internet and work for 9 hours, only realizing my work day is over when my wife gets home from hers. Do that every day for years, and it can be a bit hard to remember what hell you did last Thursday. With 1SE, I can scroll back to any day since my first clip back in September and immediately see what I think best sum up that day. A few weeks in, I realized the App had side effects I hadnt really expect: I was somehow becoming more adventurous. The App was always there, silently nudging me to find something new to do something that would add a bit of variety to the final product. A big compilation of one second clips is no fun if it is just an endless series of Netflix loading screens. I am not even sure what I 'll do with the video in the end; perhaps 'll share it with friends, but that quickly stopped being the point. If I want my video to be interesting, even if Im only one who ever sees it, I have to find new things to do. Maybe that means hiking a new trail. Maybe it means pulling my friends out to some new brewery. On a recent backpacking trip, it meant hiking a few extra miles through rainforest to rope swing. We heard exist on likelihood that Id get a clip of me bellyflopping into lake. Would I do this stuff anyway? Perhaps. But it just a little extra push to go outside, to go do something new, to fend off that whisper in the back of my mind saying Yeah, youre tire. Thats okay, it was a long day. And look, there is new stuff on Hulu! Jerry Seinfeld uses a wall calendar for productivity. For each day he chips away at a certain task hes trying to complete, he gets to put a red X on that day. After a few days, youll have a chain.

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Background

In February 2011, when Cesar Kuriyama turned 30, after saving money, he quit his job in an advertising firm and took a year off to travel. During this time, he started working on a project he called 1 Second Everyday. As part of the project, every day he recorded One Second of video-something that was supposed to help him remember that day. He started the project because he was frustrated with his memory. He plans to stockpile 365 One-Second clips into one film to serve as a memento of his year. While working on the project, Kuriyama realized that recording One Second every Day impact decisions he makes in a positive way. After a year, he made a 365-Second clip out of his recordings. Video call 1 Second Everyday-Age 30, go viral. According to Kuriyama, he was initially inspired to take a year off from work by TED Talk given by Stefan Sagmeister called Power of Time Off. Kuriyama also delivered TED Talk about 1 Second Everyday in 2012 at TED 2012 in Long Beach, California.

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1 Second Everyday: Documenting Life

Yes, its cliche to exclaim that kids grow up so fast! But it has become cliche because it is true. Especially when it comes to babies, developmental changes children undergo from birth to one year old are staggering and can seem to happen miraculously overnight, even though you just spend whole year staring right at them. Enter 1 Second Everyday app. With this app, users film one Second of video every day for a year to create a six-minute and five-Second video. Capture daily Second of your baby in the same spot in their crib or eating spaghetti or cooing in their bouncer. Capture any favorite moment, from big ones to humdrum ones. From second to second, youll see the same child, but over the course of, say, half a minute, youll have cover whole month of their new lives. There are also spots to enter small captions and journal bits about your day. Admittedly, doing this for 365 days straight might feel redundant, and itll take little creativity to capture video that doesnt. But that is where magic can happen, in those little moments that dont feel like anything special at time. Of course, this app isnt exclusively for newborns. 1 Second Everyday can capture any part of life, whether your goal is to track children's growth or general family memories: Hey, that night we went to a basketball game or remember that awful egg casserole that was still runny after hour in the oven? I am sure there is an incredible video to be made of Mommy's belly growing over the course of pregnancy and another of child's senior year of high school. Cesar Kuriyama, app creator, gave Ted Talk in March 2012 about why apps are important. He say: Kuriyama has been recording one second of his daily life since he turned 30. Now, hes 36, and he has video that documents his entire thirties. He plans to do this for the rest of his life. The app is free, although there is a pro version that allows for extras like longer video snippets, background music and unlimited storage and projects. But honestly, free one is plenty to prove that these kids do, indeed, grow up too fast. Meet the smartest parents on Earth! Join our parenting Facebook group. This sounds cute. For somebody else to do. Personally, it sounds like torture to me. As if I do have enough to do with newborn, now I have another task that I need to remember. Every. Single. Day. When our kids were babies, we took pictures of them every month on the anniversary of their birthday. There were a couple of instances where we were waking babies late at night just to get a picture. Or taking pictures the next day and editing EXIF data so our kids would never find out we started lying to them when they were 4 months old.

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