QS Resources on Delicious

January 29, 2010

We are trying a new approach to cataloging the many tips we’ve received about valuable resources related to the Quantified Self. We’re going to be using Delicious to tag the links. Self-quantifier extraordinaire Mark Carranza has volunteered to to take the tag stream and munge it into into a better, more useful resource list. But for this to work, we need tags.

I’ve gotten things started, using this tag on Delicious: qsresource.

If you find something interesting, and want to help, please give it this tag, plus any other tags that make sense. Here are some examples:

fitness
data
lifelogging

Below you will find a link to a public document that contains many links to explore. You can just click through the link, tag it in delicious with “qsresources” and whatever other tags you want, and, if possible, write a one sentence description in the notes field.

Quantified Self Resource Links

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