Blood sugar level, blood pressure, hours spent asleep, cigarettes smoked and coffees consumed... there are now all sorts of online tools and electronic gadgets to help you track and measure your every move, which you can then share with friends. It’s the "Quantified Self" movement, or self-tracking, a trend born in the United States, and which is now emerging in Europe.
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