This entry is part of a loose series of posts about (mostly) software tools I use to make my life better. Quantified Self is a slightly odd fit in that regard: a lot of the data I collect on myself is not currently analysed in any useful way, and I'm not certain that some of it even can be. Content note: exercise, weight, eating habits.
In which I cheat — a meaningless word in this context — and do not actually follow the post prompt for today.
Looking back on 2014, I would say that this was the year I finally cracked some things about being social on the internet, something I've been overthinking ever since I first got on bolt.com in 1999 (which means for half of my lifetime. Oof). My main take on it remains, Sometimes the internet is just another place to be shy, but here is a bit of extra reflection.