Self-Tracking Resource Page

We have posted a page of self-tracking resources and links. You can find it right here. It’s pretty basic. If you know of a resource that is missing, let the list-makers know.

This list would be 100 times better if there were a line or two annotation for each link, and maybe even a catagorized version.  We are looking for a volunteer, or two, to add some notation. Would anyone like to tackle this list?

We are also looking for a volunteer to take the pile of videos we have uploaded of the previous Quantified Self Meetups and embed them into this blog. Again  with a sentence of introduction.

Let me or Gary know if you are interested.

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7 Responses to Self-Tracking Resource Page

  1. Alexandra Carmichael says:

    Hey Kevin, I think the link you were meaning to post is: http://www.kk.org/quantifiedself/qs-resource-links.php
    I’m happy to help categorize/describe – is the Google Doc the best place to do this?
    Happy Holidays!
    Alex

  2. Kevin Kelly says:

    @Alexa: Oooops. I just fixed that. Thanks.

  3. Gary Wolf says:

    Thanks Alex! Yes, edit on the Google doc and we will regularly re-post to the blog. Others who want to help can just ask for an invite, and get access. It’s sort of a “semi-wiki” approach. Not open to the world, as we don’t want to manage moderation hassles, but open to any interested folks who are reading the blog and want to help.

  4. Beau Gunderson says:

    I have some time and could work on this; can I get access to the Google Doc? My gmail address is blodulv@gmail.com.

  5. michael nagle says:

    hey! i am going through most of these sites over the next few days — i’d be happy to help you organize / annotate them!
    thanks!

  6. michael nagle says:

    hey! i am going through most of these sites over the next few days — i’d be happy to help you organize / annotate them! (i’m at nagle at thesprouts dot org).
    thanks!

  7. Chris says:

    Hey,
    I would like to contribute to the Google Doc if possible. I would also suggest setting up a wiki, which would allow users to post reviews/tips/suggestions regarding any of the tools that they have used. I imagine there are wiki frameworks that are easy to set up, and if you are worried about moderating, you could make it Read-only for non-members.
    I am no expert, but I have some mild web design experience, and wouldn’t mind looking into this if there is any interest.

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