No matter what you find yourself doing in life, there's a very good chance that somebody out there is trying to keep track of it.
I don't mean to suggest that somebody is specifically spying on you, but rather gauging the small way in which you contribute to overall behavioral trends and other data that becomes useful for governments, advertisers, and other organizations.
We all have a data footprint of some kind and it can be used to inform anything from vaccine rollouts to education and employment programs to new TV shows somebody thinks we might like. And for that data to come across, it must be presented in a clear and eye-catching way.
That data presentation is exactly what the members of Reddit's r/dataisbeautiful community have made into their hobby and what they use their skills to tell us can be pretty surprising.