Before you decide how to Curate You Life, you need to have some solid data. How many hours a day do you spend walking? Sleeping? Meditating, Lower your heart rate? Until rather, measuring that kind of activity simply wasn’t practical. But all that changed back in 2007 when Wired editors Gary Wolf and [...]
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Earlier this week, former Wall Street analyst turned venture capital tech guru Mary Meeker presented KPCB’s annual (and highly influential) Internet Trends Report. It was 197 slides that could be best described as the unofficial temperature, blood pressure, and heart rate of the Internet economy. The scope of the deck was wide, covering everything from...
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