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Basecamp is an online project-management and collaboration tool developed by 37signals. Basecamp users can create to-do lists, chart milestones, track times, share files with co-workers and clients, and utilize the message boards to comment on progress or thoughts related to the project. Basecamp offers a free one-project trial and paid plans for $49/mo for 35 projects, $99/mo for 100 projects and $149/mo for unlimited projects.

URL: bbasecamphq.com

Tags: Android, iPhone, productivity
Price: free, $10-50, $50-100, $100+
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Omron full-body composition monitor HBF-516B

"The HBF-516B provides Full Body Sensing - a comprehensive understanding of your body composition to help you reach your fitness goals. Full body sensing is more accurate than measuring with feet alone. Easy to use, the HBF-516B measures 7 fitness indicators including body fat, visceral fat, BMI, skeletal muscle, resting metabolism, body age and body weight." Also available on Amazon.com.

URL: http://www.omronhealthcare.com/products/hbf-516b/

Tags: fitness, food, gadget, health
Price: $50-100
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Tumblr is a popular microblogging platform. It allows you to post short messages, pictures, links, audio easily. Because of its easy-to-use interface, Tumblr could be a great tool to track information about oneself. You can write short-form posts about your activities, take pictures to represent your activities, and record sounds. Since it's a microblogging site, your posts will be shown as a list of blog posts. If you want to visualize your data, you can fetch your data using their API, which you can feed to visualizations that you make.

URL: http://www.tumblr.com/

Tags: energy, fitness, food, goals, health, location, mood, productivity, web app
Price: free
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BodyMedia a system that give you highly accurate information on activity, calories, and sleep pattern. The system consists of the BodyMedia Armband monitor, an online Activity Manager, and an optional Display watch and iPhone and Android apps. The armband automatically tracks the calories that you burn and the quality of your sleep. The information tracked is synchronized with the Activity Manager where you can explore your physical activity and sleep quality. You can also record your food consumption, which along with your physical activity data can help you lose weight.

URL: http://www.bodymedia.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, food, health, iPhone, sleep
Price: $100+
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"Dipity is a free digital timeline website."

URL: http://www.dipity.com/

Tags: lifelogging, web app
Price: free
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iDoneThis is a simple email-based daily productivity tracking web application. Free and easy to use it offers users the ability to reflect on their daily accomplishment by simply replying to an email. Users can also view their daily accomplishments and export their files via the web. Use it to track what you get done and motivate yourself for the future.

URL: idonethis.com

Tags: productivity, web app
Price: free
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Lifelapse app for iPhone is the first step that Lifelapse is making towards a more intriguing way of capturing and retrieving experiences. The app takes photos at a 30-second interval while iPhone hangs around your neck. Relive your recordings picture-by-picture, or in a video, which can be saved to your device.

URL: http://www.lifelapse.com

Tags: location, lifelogging, iPhone
Price: $1-10
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Foodzy is a social game for web and mobile that allows you to easily check-in the food & drinks you have per day, thereby enabling you to monitor your daily food intake and keep up a healthy lifestyle. Sharing it with friends will help you discover new products, recipes and a general love for good food. Foodzy also tries to encourage long-time healthy and varied eating by rewarding you with special badges and giving you plenty of detailed food statistics to analyze your food habits. It turns healthy living into a fun game. You can use Foodzy online at Foodzy.com or their mobile apps for iPhone and Android.

URL: foodzy.com

Tags: web app, social, iPhone, health, goals, food, fitness, API, Android
Price: free
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Google Latitude

Google Latitude is a Google service that helps you track your locations over time. You can use it like Foursquare to check-in to different places or you can use it to constantly check your location. Latitude keeps a history of your locations, which you can explore on the Latitude Dashboard. You can see where you spend the most time: at work, at home, or out and about. You can also see a visualization of your history over a specific range.

URL: https://www.google.com/latitude/

Tags: location, iPhone, Android
Price: free
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Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program. As such, you can use Excel to record various information about yourself. One way is to record your data by date. First, you make a column representing dates and another column for the data that you want to track (e.g., steps). Every day, you fill in a row with the date and how many steps you took for that date. When you have several weeks of data, you can use Excel to generate graphs of your step counts over time.

URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/

Tags: energy, fitness, food, goals, health, lifelogging, money, productivity, sleep
Price: $100+
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