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HeartMath Stress Reduction Tools

HeartMath provides tools for monitoring heart rate variability, along with software, books, and audio materials for using this information as part of a stress reduction program. The monitoring device is called the emWave2, and it is capable of acting as a portable recording monitor with a built in display as well as connecting to a PC for real-time display of heart rhythms.

URL: http://www.heartmath.com/

Tags: mood, lifestyle, health, gadget
Price: $100+
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MorningCoach.com

MorningCoach.com is the world's first and largest Personal Evolution System bringing you the best in: Personal Development, Self-Help, Goal Setting, Self-Improvement, Positive Thinking, and Life Coaching

URL: http://www.morningcoach.com/

Tags: Android, energy, goals, health, iPhone, learning, lifestyle, money, mood, social, productivity, relationships
Price: $10-50
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DailyFeats

DailyFeats is a web app designed to reward users for good "feats" by awarding points, badges, and real world savings and free items for performing specific feats. For example, a user would earn the Boot Camp badge and 23 points by completing all of the following feats in three days: !running (10 points), !pushups(3 points) and !workout (10 points). If the user were to earn 27 more points, he or she could redeem them for 50-point-prizes, like $5 off an oil change or 10% off painting supplies. Prizes go up to 250 points.

URL: dailyfeats.com

Tags: goals, social
Price: free
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KeepTrack

KeepTrack is a generic data collection and statistics application for Android phones. It allows you to define data types, enter values into the application and then view calendars, graphs, pie-charts, lists, and statistics about the data. A pro version of the app allows you to group data types together, and add labels to specific data points. Suggested uses include recording training records, pill consumption, or cigarette consumption.

URL: http://www.zagalaga.com/

Tags: fitness, Android, lifelogging
Price: $1-10, free
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I Move You

I Move You, or imoveyou.com, (previously getupandmove.com) is a social networking site that allows members to quickly challenge their friends to "move," whether in a physical, philanthropic or social way. Members post challenges or "activity agreements" and invite friends from facebook, twitter, or email to join the site and participate with them. Examples include "go for a 30 minute walk every day" and "go shopping together." I Move You is the first product of Contagion Health, an early stage consumer-centric health social software firm that aims to make healthy behaviors 'contagious.'

URL: imoveyou.com

Tags: networks, lifestyle, goals
Price: free
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FuelFrog

FuelFrog analyses your gas mileage to produce efficiency and spending trends. Data can be entered using the web, or twitter for free, or using a 99c iPhone app.

URL: http://www.fuelfrog.com

Tags: iPhone, energy, money, web app
Price: $1-10, free
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StepGreen

StepGreen is a community site which allows people to share concrete suggestions for reducing their resource consumption. Actions are described along with their impact in terms of reduction of cost, energy, and CO2 emissions, and there's a discussion board for each item. StepGreen allows you to register your commitment to take any of the actions and then to record how often you actually take them. The site displays graphs showing the cumulative savings resulting from the actions you have taken.

URL: http://www.stepgreen.org

Tags: energy, money, social, web app
Price: free
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Wattvision

Wattvision provides an energy sensor that connects your electricity meter to a web service. It requires physically proximity to the electricity meter, and a wifi connection. Once connected you can view your whole-house energy usage on a continuous basis on the web or a smartphone (updated every 10 seconds) and use this information to reduce your energy consumption by identifying costly appliances or unexpected uses of electricity, as well as to predict future energy bills.

URL: http://www.wattvision.com

Tags: Android, API, energy, iPhone, money, web app
Price: $100+
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WattzOn

WattzOn is a website which provides tools for assessing your energy usage and comparing it to others. It offers a questionnaire for estimating your usage based on your housing, commuting, flights taken and other factors. You can then see visualizations breaking this information down as well as comparing it with the average, or with individual other users. There are tools for sharing your energy information on twitter or your blog, as well as a game for 'facing off' with other users. WattzOn also accepts data from certain kinds of internet connected power meter for inclusion in your profile.

URL: http://www.wattzon.com

Tags: API, energy, social
Price: free
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Philips DirectLife

The Philips DirectLife is a set of activity programs aimed at increasing fitness. It comprises a web application, and an activity monitor, which is a portable sensor which records your movement and can be connected to a personal computer to upload information to the DirectLife website. The website uses the information to assess your current activity levels, and then to suggest an activity plan and track your performance against it. The DirectLife website shows your performance level, and calorie usage, and the activity monitor itself displays a current activity score for the day.

URL: http://www.directlife.philips.com

Tags: fitness, goals, web app
Price: $100+
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