Quantified Self Tool Contest on Cool Tools

Here’s your chance to demonstrate your knowledge of self-tracking hardware and win a free ticket to the QS conference in 2 weeks. Kevin Kelly’s site Cool Tools is running a contest:

In particular, we are looking for the best self-tracking hardware (we will still accept reviews of software but you are going to have to really convince us why it’s better than the copious competition). For inspiration, the following is a list of potential reviews we would be interested in: Ant+ enabled scales or tools, a better calorie counter, a wireless vitals monitor, an improved sleep tracker, an updated energy consumption monitor, productivity tools, etc.

If you don’t have any self-tracking tools to review but are still interested in winning a ticket to the conference send us a review of a tool you think should qualify you and explain why.

As usual, we are looking for the following in a review:

1) a succinct narrative description of what the tool/tip/fix is,
2) how it changed your behavior,
3) why Cool Tools should run it,
4) why it is superior, and
5) why we should believe you.

Submissions will be accepted for one week until Friday, May 20th. Reviews can be submitted through email to editor@cool-tools.org or through this link.

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