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the Basis Band is the world’s first connected health and heart rate monitor wearable on the wrist. Convenient and customizable, the multi-sensor Basis Band collects data like heart rate, calories burned, physical activity and sleep patterns. It links wirelessly to your personal dashboard where you can easily view performance, share data, earn rewards, and engage with the Basis community

URL: http://mybasis.com

Tags: fitness, gadget, health
Price: $100+
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Give Me My Data

Give Me My Data is a Facebook application that helps users export their data out of Facebook for reuse in visualizations, archives, or any possible method of digital storytelling. Data can be exported in common formats like CSV, XML, and JSON as well as customized network graph formats.

URL: http://givememydata.com/

Tags: API, lifelogging, location, social, relationships, web app
Price: free
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Wakemate is a sleep system that records the user's sleep state to a mobile device and wakes the user during the lightest sleep phase within twenty minutes of the alarm. The associated Mobile App allows the user to tag the data and rate morning feel for use in online trend analysis with Wakelytics. The technology behind Wakemate is a Bluetooth™ connected accelerometer that pairs with an internet connected Android, Blackberry or iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch device running the Wakemate Application. The user's sleep state is calculated based upon Actigraphy.

URL: http://wakemate.com/

Tags: Android, gadget, health, iPhone, lifelogging, mood, sleep, web app
Price: $50-100
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MapMyRun is designed to let runners create detailed maps of their runs. MapMyRun offers topographical and street views and elevation charts to get the right map for the type of run. Users can plot landmarks, such as restrooms or dog parks, as well as make notes of places they stopped to rest. Plans run from free to $5.99 (Bronze) /$11.99 (Silver) /$19.99 (Gold) per month. More expensive plans allow users to create printed maps and signature training plans.

URL: mapmyrun.com

Tags: Android, fitness, iPhone, location, web app
Price: free, $1-10, $10-50
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Mycrocosm is a web site where people can use statistical graphs and other visual language tools for expressive social communication. People can use Mycrocosm to express information about themselves and the world they live in; this includes using the site for self-tracking. You can go to the site to enter data or use the Twitter interface. Once you have collected enough data, you can see graphs of your data.

URL: http://mycro.media.mit.edu/

Tags: web app
Price: free
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Mappiness is a free iPhone app that's part of a research project at the London School of Economics. The app prompts you a few times a day to ask how you are feeling, who you are with, where you are, and what you are doing. The data is anonymously collected by the LSE, who are analyzing it in particular for the effect of local environment (including noise) on people's mood. Users can view their own happiness history directly in the app.

URL: http://www.mappiness.org.uk

Tags: iPhone, lifelogging, location, mood
Price: free
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Google Health

Google Health is a site to organize, track, monitor, and act on your health information. Google Health helps you gather your medical records and import data directly from connected doctors, hospitals, and retail pharmacies. You can also set personal health goals and track your progress towards reaching them. You can track your sleep patterns, physical activity, food consumption, etc. You can also connect partner apps and devices to Google Health. Lastly, you can share your data with your care network: family members, friends, and doctors, so you can discuss your health goals and progress with them.

URL: http://www.google.com/health/

Tags: fitness, food, goals, health, medicine, sleep
Price: free
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Trackify is a new, meta self-tracking application. It allows you to find correlations between your individual data streams, like how your diet correlates with your sleep and your mood. It also allows you to share your data streams with your friends, so you can see how you influence each other. Finally, it incorporates macro data streams, like changes in weather, the stock market, and the stars.

URL: http://www.wetrackify.com/

Tags: social, web app
Price: free
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Meditation Journal

"Meditation Journal by NeuroSky enables you to keep track of your daily meditation and attention levels, and track them through a digital calendar. Meditation Journal keeps track of your meditation, attention, and brainwave recordings in a journal and presents them to you in a series of data charts and accomplishments. Used with NeuroSky brainwave headsets."

URL: http://store.neurosky.com/products/meditation-journal

Tags: goals, health, lifelogging, mood, productivity
Price: $1-10
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Fluxtream is a personal analytics tool that helps you track your daily habits, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and get a comprehensive view on your self-tracking devices and the services that you use to organize your life.

URL: http://fluxtream.com/

Tags: goals, lifelogging, web app
Price: free
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