Welcome to another entry in a list of entries detailing my innate nerdiness and desire to track data; all Dan, all the time1. In this case, I present for your perusal an iPhone app (as well as a web based app) known as LoseIt2. And what data do I track with LoseIt? Only those data […]Read more "I Ain’t Fatty-Fat-Fat-Fat No More"
Speaking of nerdery, have you tried out Daytum1 yet? It’s another iPhone app that I use on a daily basis (website here). The app allows one to collect data. Any data. Clearly this was an app built for me. I stumbled on this late last year and decided that it would be perfect for tracking the time […]Read more "The Fancy-Pants’ing Of Number-Stuffs"
If science has taught us but one thing, it is that repetition is key to the process of learning about the world around us. With that thought now sitting at the fore of your mind, let me begin this post with the following statement: I am a huge nerd. I am a huge nerd. I […]Read more "Dear Sleep, You Had Me At Zzzzzzzzzzzz"
So I’m writing this post with just my right eye open, because my left eye has developed another retinal blister. “Ew”, you say. I agree. Ew indeed. This is all part and parcel of a retinal disease known as (Age related) Macular Degeneration, a degenerative retinal disease that I was diagnosed with several years ago […]Read more "Is Your Face Supposed To Look Like That?"
I started using RunKeeper in December of 2008. Since that time I have used it to track my runs, walks, hikes, bikes, and such. Being a big spreadsheet nerd, I also started tracking my yoga1 in January of 2010. Of course, I’m not always religious with tracking, in the sense that I don’t use RunKeeper […]Read more "Four Fifths The Man I Used To Be Means My Awesome Is 25% More Concentrated"