Here’s related articles and pages I’ve discovered worth reading along with my commentary on some occasions.

  1. This Guy Tracks Everything About Himself And Puts It Up Online For Everyone To See | TechCrunch
    More details on this amazing site. A must visit!
  2. A Plan To Untangle Our Digital Lives After We're Gone : All Tech Considered : NPR
    Learn about a new law that would let relatives access the social media accounts of the deceased.
  3. What will your digital legacy be? | LawBlacks Blog
    Read this to plan the process for creating a will for your digital assets.
  4. A P R I L Z E R O
    Amazing personal analytics site with a gorgeous UI. a definite must see. If you visit the journal you can also learn about how it was built.
  5. 6 1/2 Years Of Selfies Show Her Life With Mental Illness
    Pretty amazing lifelogging timelapse video worth watching.
  6. Healthcare Has Missed the Point of Google Fit | HL7 Standards
  7. Sony SmartBand review: a fitness tracker that goes beyond fitness
  8. The Next Fitbits Uncovered: Heart-Rate Sensors, GPS Info, Atmospheric Tracking, And Smartphone Notifications | TechCrunch
  9. Soylent: What Happened When I Stopped Eating For 2 Weeks | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
    Very interesting
  10. Apple – iPhone 5s – You’re more powerful than you think
    Apple’s first ad promoting self tracking with multiple quantified self apps.
  11. BBC News – Google sets up 'right to be forgotten' form after EU ruling
    Ruling in the EU sets up the right for people to force Google to remove personal data from searches.
  12. Samsung's Simband hardware and healthcare platform aim to track your every move | The Verge
  13. QSEU14 Breakout Session: Data Futures
    Blog post on Digital Legacy from the Quantified Self Europe conference & a video presentation I did previously on the subject at the LA meetup.
  14. For Fitness Bands, Slick Marketing but Suspect Results – NYTimes.com
    These are all valid points.
  15. With App Acquisition, Facebook Enters Fitness Tracking Market – Digits – WSJ
    Another major activity tracking company is acquired: Facebook acquires the very popular Moves app which uses mobile phones for activity tracking.
  16. Social media & your digital legacy – leaving your virtual property in your will – YouTube
    Great intro video on the importance of planning for personal online & digital media in our wills from Australian law firm Slater Gordon.
  17. Nike reportedly abandons the FuelBand and lays off its hardware division (updated) | The Verge
    My guess is that Apple was partly behind this. Since they’re a partner, Nike probably decided to abandon this and not compete with Apple’s iWatch.
  18. The Quantified Other: Nest And Fitbit Chase A Lucrative Side Business
    Fitbit & Nest are selling user data for a profit. Consumers stand to benefit by lowered costs on healthcare and utility bills. Fitbit is working with corporate wellness programs who in turn are trying …
  19. Meet ThinkUp: Your personal social media guru – The Next Web
    Want to derive some meaning from your social media activity? Check out this service.
  20. The Best Fitness Tracker | The Wirecutter
  21. Perfectly Age Your Face Through 80 Years Based on a Single Photograph
  22. Adactio: Journal—The tragedy of the commons
    On Flickr Commons future, the reckless actions of the Brooklyn Museum, and the threat to digital preservation.
  23. The Eternal Life of Your Data – Innovation Insights
    Contemplate this and then take action.
  24. Alternate Reality Game Will Turn You Into a Fitness Maniac | Co.Design | business design
    Nice App! Need stretch goal for Android.
  25. Lifelogging: The Most Miserable, Self-Aware 30 Days I've Ever Spent
  26. How Lifelogging Transforms Us All : Changing habits, memories, and …
  27. Who owns a person’s digital and online data when they die? – Away For A Bit
  28. How I track my life — Buster Benson — Medium
  29. The Next Big Health App Needs to Do More Than Just Track Our Numbers | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  30. Tracking System Could Sound the Alarm of Health Changes in Older People, If They Are Willing to Wear It | MIT Technology Review
    Great new use for an activity tracker. Monitoring the health of seniors who live at home.

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