From one end, especially in this day and age of knowing that everything you do on a computer or a mobile phone is watched, the idea to track everything about yourself and making it available online for all to see is terrifying. On the other, we already all do that.
Hi, I'm Anand Sharma. I live in San Francisco and build internet companies. I enjoy running, flying and beaches.
This site tracks where I go and what I do every day. Most of the data comes from various apps on my phone.
I've measured by heart rate 414 times and typically it beats 69 times per minute. In the past 105 days, I've pushed 1,298 commits to this site, gone on 26 runs & eaten 14 burritos. I love a good burrito.
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