The BodyTrack project develops open source tools to aggregate and visualize self-tracking data from a variety of sources. We seek to empower individuals to explore how various factors affect them, such as evaluating potential food sensitivities, asthma or migraine triggers, or other environment/health interactions. We will discuss these tools and experiences using them.
I run the public running behaviour change site RunOrElse.com.
The idea is simple. You set a distance goal each week. You track that goal with RunKeeper. If you meet your goal, nothing happens and you keep your money. If you fail your goal, we automatically charge your Paypal account, sending money to charity.
During this talk we will release and demo Open Source code that does the same thing!