With the Internet of Things maturing and the next generation low-latency, high bandwidth 5G networks nearing mass deployment, the data available from our lives is growing exponentially. The cost of sensors has been reducing thanks to increased adoption of wearables. With all this data out there, is it really adding value to our lives?
There are millions of people around the world who may not even have heard the term lifelogging or the Quantified Self but are self-tracking through an app or fitness tracker. In 2017 billions of smartphones have great sensors that consume minimal power, we have millions of cheap fitness trackers & smartwatches and we also do have a […]
As we head to the close of 2016, here are some headlines around the Quantified Self movement in December. Let me know in the comments if there is something I should add to this list.
We’re heading into the last couple of weeks of 2016, and this has been a pretty significant year for the Quantified Self. From the leaders in the wearable market seeing unprecedented losses, to a big merger some weeks back, to a spectacle that made lifelogging sexy again: we’ve seen it all this year. Looking back, […]
I am putting together a few important headlines around the Quantified Self movement every month, let me know in the comments if there is an important headline I missed out. Here are some interesting Quantified Self headlines & articles from November:
I am putting together a few important headlines around the Quantified Self movement every month, let me know in the comments if there is an important headline I missed out. Here are some interesting Quantified Self Headlines from October:
Next week, we are hosting a Quantified Self meetup in Tokyo. I am going to be giving a talk on ‘Making the Quantified Self movement automatic & getting value from data’. You can RSVP here if you’ll be around on Saturday, 8th October: https://www.meetup.com/Quantified-Self-Tokyo/events/234521679/ I will be sharing slides from my talk online as well! Also, Bay McLaughlin is hosting […]
The Quantified Self is all about maintaining a healthy lifestyle, while at the same time keeping track of all the parameters and inputs which affect the lifestyle. While fitness is definitely the most important parameter to track and lifelog about, another key facet to record comes in the form of sleep, and tracking the hours/quality […]