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Your Health Uploaded: The Quantitative Self - alyssaniebrugge

Your Health Uploaded: The Quantitative Self - alyssaniebrugge | MoodPanda | Scoop.it
Allow me to open with an anecdote about Susan and her aging father: Susan’s father is forgetting things more than usual and Susan lives across the country, so it is hard for her to visit her parent...
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Personal Measurements | El Economista

Personal Measurements | El Economista | MoodPanda | Scoop.it
The process of becoming self-aware-Wilson says, is based on intuition and anecdotal feedback. This reality is changing due to the voluntary practice of collecting and analyzing data about ourselves (self-analytics).
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Toolmaker Talk: Ross Larter (MoodPanda) | Quantified Self

Toolmaker Talk: Ross Larter (MoodPanda) | Quantified Self | MoodPanda | Scoop.it
Q: How do you describe MoodPanda? What is it?

Larter: MoodPanda.com is a mood tracking website and iphone app. Tracking is very simple: you rate your happiness on a 0-10 scale, and optionally add a brief twitter-like comment on what’s influencing your mood.

MoodPanda is also a large community of friendly people, sharing their moods, celebrating each others’ happiness, and supporting each other when they’re down.
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Consumers get measure of their lifestyles | Trends | Marketing Week

Consumers get measure of their lifestyles | Trends | Marketing Week | MoodPanda | Scoop.it
Tracking every part of their lives, from calorie intake to energy use, is helping consumers take control of purchase decisions and personal goals, according to research seen by Marketing Week.
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Quantified Self Beijing – when people measure themselves

Twice a day, Polly Yang listens to herself. Whether she's just happy or sad, the 17-year-old from Beijing familiar then a little panda. " Mood Panda "is the program with which Polly holds her feelings and thus provides an overview.

"My mood changes often," she says, for example, if a bad school grades she pulls down. "Three days in a row happily, that was the longest so far this month."
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