Excellent, gotta love a company that has your back!
Sitting WILL kill you!!
Christopher Fryer and Morgan Redfield met this July at a startup event, and to hear Fryer tell it, the meeting was Kismet. Fryer has recently converted to the church of Sitting Will Kill You and Redfield was an engineering graduate who wrote his masters thesis on algorithms to adapt fitness trackers for amputees. And both wanted to build a device that would help others try to change their sitting habits.
So the two worked for the last four months on building a prototype device, called Rise, that is the size of a quarter and measures how much time you spend sitting. You wear the device in your pants pocket (it has to stay in the range of your thigh/quadriceps for now) and when you sit, it tracks that, and when you stand, it notes that. The two are using Indiegogo to raise money to fund the build out of the…
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I wouldn’t mind having a Sapphire screen. Hopefully it’s also smudge resistant.
Haha, here’s a cute list of some inspiring TED talks. Seen less than half of these, but the one on “before I die…” is one of my all time favorite.
It’s a widely documented fact: bad days are cumulative. They begin with pouring yourself a bowl of cereal, only to find that you’re out of milk. They escalate with discovering that the hot water isn’t working in the shower, and they percolate over a terrible morning commute. Add in a thunderstorm or an unexpected tiff with a co-worker and, well, it is all downhill from there. Your bad day will keep on rolling, picking up more and more material as it spins, like a tumbleweed of annoyance.
Bad days are the worst. But these TED Talks are very likely to cheer you up. Enjoy.
|[ted_talkteaser id=1283]Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude|
What better to do on a meh day than to stop and smell the flowers? Photographer Louie Schwartzberg’s talk lets you do that very quickly, as he gives them to you in timelapse form. This talk meditates on the…
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This is our current design–still missing a few components. The images were from Microsoft Office Word 2011 for Mac, and I’m using them for non-profit! Will update the design when all members start getting their code on github, and we get a better idea of how this is going to work together.
FIle made with publisher. Just incase you need a little visual reference when installing these two.