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Ulrich Atz on Tracking on Paper

February 25, 2014

“If I look at this, I have these memories, and I remember this was a good year.” Collect it and forget it. This could be be hidden mantra of many people engaged with self-tracking, myself included. I will readily admit to buying a device or application with the hope that I can collect enough information…

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Charles Wang on Mindfulness, Technology, and Me

November 15, 2013

Charles Wang is one of the co-founders of Lumo BodyTech, the makers of the LUMOback posture sensor. When he’s not building new self-tracking tools, he’s taking a some time to watch the world around him. Watch this great Ignite talk from Charles to hear about his observations and how they apply to his long-term posture…

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QS 101: It is Not About the Tools

June 7, 2012

There has been an exponential rise in the number of people talking and writing about Quantified Self. Some call it a movement, some call it “the next big thing.” In most, if not all cases, there is a an overwhelming emphasis on the role of technology. Be it new sensor systems, applications, or analytical tools,…