10 Concepts That Didn't Exist 10 Years Ago
By Julie Ross Godar on May 13, 2014
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#2. The Quantified Self
Self-improvement through self-tracking via technology seems so basic to me, now that I count my 10,000 steps, know my heart rate and pace per mile, journal my migraines and sleep—and share what I want to of that information with my friends. But the term was coined in 2007 by Wired editors Gary Wolf and Kevin Kelly, who also run the Quantified Self Labs and conference.
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