Tag: mylifebits


Gordon Bell on MyLifeBits

September 19, 2010

At the last Bay Area QS Show&Tell meetup, Gordon Bell gave a candid, engaging talk on his MyLifeBits project. He showed pictures from his SenseCam that takes a picture every 20 seconds while he’s wearing it and contributes to the 1 GB of data he generates every month. Watch the controversy below that emerged when Gordon speculated that if…


Three Bits of Exciting Self-Tracking News

October 1, 2009

I recently came across Mikael Huss’ Follow the Data blog, which reports on data-driven trends in reality mining, self-tracking, and personalized medicine. In a recent post, Mikael talks about three bits of self-tracking news that are sure to create tingles up the spines of Quantified Self readers: 1. FitBit shipsAt long last! FitBit, the accelerometer…