Online Activity Aggregation
|Self researcher(s)||Beau Gunderson|
|Related tools||Fitbit, zeo|
|Related topics||Social life and social media, Productivity, Heart rate, Sleep, Activity tracking, Location tracking|
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|Show and Tell Talk Infobox|
|Event name||Quantified Self Seattle|
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Online Activity Aggregation is a Show & Tell talk by Beau Gunderson that has been imported from the Quantified Self Show & Tell library.The talk was given on 2012/02/28 and is about Social life and social media, Productivity, Heart rate, Sleep, Activity tracking, and Location tracking.
Description[edit | edit source]
A description of this project as introduced by Quantified Self follows:
In this talk, Beau Gunderson shares a way to bring all of your disparate data sets, from Facebook to Twitter to Foursquare to Zeo to Fitbit to Runkeeper, together in one collection to be accessed through simple APIs. It’s part of an open source development effort called The Locker Project. The goal basically is to be able to see new patterns and correlation by bringing these sources of data together. Beau shares what he learned about himself and the different questions he has about his data.
Video and transcript[edit | edit source]
Beau Gunderson- Online Activity Aggregation
There is a Fitbit connector and I don’t think there are any apps created for it, but if it lets me connect to my account then I’ll make one. A lot of the health stuff there is going to be a lot of focus going for it. I’m not affiliated in any way with Singly but I send them my requests from GitHub and what not, so I’ve submitted code, but I’m super interested in making this into something that’s really hospitable to people to put there self into Quantified Self sleep tracking, emotions, moods and using a Mood Scope connector is something that I would like to see. I’m curious if you have any ideas of apps or desk sources that people want in there differently let me know.
About the presenter[edit | edit source]
Beau Gunderson gave this talk.