Editor’s note: Yet more examples of quantified-self technology that has implications for (currently sport) performance improvement.
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Editor’s note: Interesting reflections on how fitness apps can change behaviour, or not. There’s still some way to go to help turn change in to habit.
Editor’s note: Nicholas Felton, creator of the Facebook Timeline, has created an app that is designed for people to quantify their lives by answering questions about what they are doing each day. One of those questions is “What did you learn today?” Will learning tech go here?
The future of health apps: personalised advice combining your diet, sleep pattern and fitness regime
Editor’s note: So if L&D is concerned with employee performance and apps record a range of health data, isn’t it time we put the two together to optimise work?
Editor’s note: A good question – is the quantified self movement actually helping people to change their lives for the better?
Peter Thiel and Reid Hoffman-backed 100Plus unveils its first iPhone app, “A Life Coach In Your Pocket”
Editor’s note: Am I the only one fascinated in the quantified self movement? Here is another app playing in the area of personal health and development. Interestingly, it plans to work with companies to distribute the app to employees for use within corporate wellness programs.