Tag: #microsyntax


Stephanie Gerson on Trackify

June 20, 2011

With all the disparate data streams coming out of Quantified Self tools, Stephanie Gerson saw a need to create a tool to bring them all together. In the video below, she presents her project Trackify, a new way for people to find correlations and trends in their data streams. Stephanie also puts out a call for…


One (micro) Syntax to Join Them All

February 1, 2010

At the recent San Francisco Quantified Self Meetup, I had a chance to share the OMHE Open Mobile Health Exchange microsyntax standard.  This post goes into more detail about how it works and what is the end game for such an effort. It is being developed in coordination with the Microsyntax.org effort and the project…


Health Hashtags: A Microsyntax for People and Machines

November 8, 2009

With the explosion of microblogging, tweeting, and status updates, it is clear that embedding personal metrics in social tools is on the tips of our fingers and is a natural extension to the personal toolbox. This post explores the opportunity of OHME (Open Mobile Health Exchange), a first-mover in the new world of Microsyntax, and a new…