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  • Issue v1.5 – The Web’s Best Videos

    72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. Guess it isn’t unexpected that you can’t always find something good to watch. Fortunately we’ve made a small selection for you. ShayCarl's inspirational running video Shaycarl is quite a hero online. He motivates thousands ...

  • Issue v1.5 - Let’s Ask The Experts

    Will winning in sports be determined by technology? On 6 September 2012, Jonnie Peacock won a gold medal and set a Paralympic record: he ran 100 metres in 10.9 seconds, which is only a second or so behind Usain Bolt’s record. That's impressive by any standard, but who would have ...

  • Issue v1.5 - Startups to follow

    Beta List helps you discover and get early access to the latest internet startups. Whether you want to keep an eye on the competition, reserve your username or simply like to try out the latest technology Beta List has got you covered. Below you'll find a selection of this month's ...

  • Hush fitness startup Human wants to make the quantified self mainstream

    Based in San Francisco, Human is a stealthy fitness startup founded by Renato Valdes Olmos of Cardcloud and Paul Veugen of Usabilla. Launching soon with a self-titled app, Human's goal is to make the 'quantified self' trend accessible to people who aren't athletes or data geeks ...

  • Tell me EVERYTHING about you: What's next in Quantified Self?

    I get up every day, put on my jeans and walk to the kitchen to get breakfast. Already, I’m being tracked by my Fitbit One, which is logging every step I take, every staircase I climb and every mile I walk. In the kitchen, I realise that I’m out of milk so I walk 500 steps to ...

  • RunKeeper’s Jason Jacobs talks data, smartwatches and the future of fitness

    Silicon Valley blogger Robert Scoble caused something of a stir at this year’s The Next Web Conference Europe, when he said that he wasn’t going to live another day without a wearable computer on his face. He even said it was the biggest game-changer since the Apple II. This ...

  • Issue v1.5 – Want: Gadgets

    Nike Fuelband The Nike Fuelband is one of the best inventions since, like, Nike’s running shoe. But really, this user-friendly wristband boasts a lot more than even your IronMan wristwatch: track calories burned, distance logged, and rack up Fuel points to help you achieve ...

  • Issue v1.5 – Want: Books

    4 hour body by Tim Ferriss You’ve heard it before – in fact, you see it on every fitness and/or beauty magazine that hits newsstands: eat healthy, limit your portion control, work out 3-4 days a week. But what, exactly, does healthy look like? Tim Ferriss is one of the ...

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