We've been working hard to develop a next generation eLifeLog APIs and services. As its start, our eLifeLog.org host is moved to the new one hoping to get a better performance for document management and code distribution. By any chance, if you have accessed eLifeLog.org using a fixed IP address, please change them to the new one.
We also set up a new fast server for API testing and data exchange for group members. This new API will be released on May as a completely open source so that each member can build their own lifelog system. We will also release terabytes lifelog data for research collaboration. Thanks for waiting :)