Vital self-tracking devices promise to make us healthier (and more self-obsessed) (@erinfrances07 I couldn't find the exact article about body hacking I was talking about but this one is pretty close.)...
I hate to break it to my friends overseas, but London isn’t a cold city. When Andrew and I started experimenting with thermal loading, we had to take cold showers on a regular basis to try to induce a shivering reaction.
I measure my arithmetic speed (how fast I do simple arithmetic problems, such as 3+ 4) daily. I assume it reflects overall brain function. I assume something that improves brain function will make me faster at arithmetic.
My experience with body hacking Last Friday morning I heard the buzz of a tiny circular saw as it sliced through the top of a cornea. Then I smelled the lower part of it burn under a laser. It was a...
Up is a wristband that tracks your daily sleep, movement, and eating activity and records it to an iPhone app. Over the past week I’ve been using the product in hopes of giving the Tech.Li community a practical review of this interesting gadget.
If there's one area where we can really see body tracking taking off, it's medical and lifestyle. There's hardly a week where no new service or app is launched, or a new self-tracking hardware shipped.
While at the Medical Pneumatic Institute of Bristol, Humphry Davy studied gases. Through a series of self-experiments with oxides of nitrous, Davy created what is known today as laughing gas. Though his initial attempts were ...
Jacobs is now 7 months into his year-long quest to become the world’s healthiest human. Working with a “board of advisers,” he is undertaking just about every diet, exercise regimen and medical test he can get his hands on, so long as they have been “scientifically proven” to contribute to better health.
Dave Asprey, who says that he has 'rewired' his brain through body hacking. Michael Galpert rolls over in bed in his New York apartment, the alarm clock still chiming. The 28-year-old internet entrepreneur slips off the ...
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