Foursquare Co-Founder Asks The Public To Analyze His Daily Movements

Foursquare Co-Founder Asks The Public To Analyze His Daily Movements
technology

Help entrepreneur Naveen Selvadurai track his life data.

Lara Piras
  • 10 june 2013

Since leaving the startup, Foursquare co-founder Naveen Selvadurai’s interests have moved towards the budding Quantified Self movement.

His most recent project sees the Internet entrepreneur releasing a personal API or a ‘quantified Naveen’ that includes his own check-in data. This data exposes information on his sleep, weight, steps, fuel/activity and checkins. He noticed that data tends to exist in isolation, and he wanted to start a bigger conversation about personal tracking and quantified self data with an aim to keep all the information stored in one place for ease of access and better analysis.

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