Beau Gunderson on Online Activity Aggregation

April 23, 2012

In this talk, Beau Gunderson shares a way to bring all of your disparate data sets, from Facebook to Twitter to Foursquare to Zeo to Fitbit to Runkeeper, together in one collection to be accessed through simple APIs. It’s part of an open source development effort called The Locker Project. The hope is to be able to see new patterns and correlations by bringing these sources of data together. Beau learned some interesting things about himself, and had fun playing with different questions he had about his data. (Filmed by the Seattle QS Show&Tell meetup group.)

Beau Gunderson: Online Activity Aggregation from David Reeves on Vimeo.

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