Tracking all iPhone-Activity in Public for one year

Johannes trackt seit gestern für ein ganzes Jahr lang alle Aktivitäten auf seinem iPhone und schickt den Screenshot, den alle Handys anfertigen (um den Zoom-Effekt beim verlassen der App anzuzeigen), automatisiert an eine Website. Er schreibt mir:

„Die neue Performance heißt "iPhone live" und fängt heute zum Geburtstag des iPhones an. Verkaufsstart war heute vor 5 Jahren. Dieses Mal halte ich mich an folgendes Manifest: 'I, Johannes P Osterhoff, shall do another one-year performance piece. The piece is called "iPhone live" and documents the activities performed on my mobile phone during this year. Activities can be seen streamed on this site and during public projections. The performance shall start on June 29, 2012 and shall end on June 29, 2013. I shall not use other mobile phones during this year.'“

Each time its home button is pressed an iPhone automatically takes a screenshot of the current app to display a zooming effect.

For this performance, I installed two programs on my jailbroken iPhone:
The first one duplicates each screenshot so that the files cannot be overwritten the next time the app is minimized. The second one uploads these screens automatically to this site and publishes them. These programs are executed regularly in the background by means of launch demons.

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