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  1. Business Intelligence platform, cloud based, supposedly "the shit". Starts out free for up to 100GB of data then it's "talk to sales".
  2. Great deals on German phone contracts. Check the details and the small print carefully...
  3. Visa operational data, including total volumes, for 2013. $7tn/yr in >256m transactions per day.
  4. Super simple dashboard app, defaults to 2s refreshes and shows the last number. Could be useful in some cases. Supports many backends including InfluxDB, Graphite, more.
  5. Personal tracking tool. Very sweet, allows me to enter my own metric, so it tracks anything. Not sure about the interface. Pro plan at $4/month, nice price.
  6. Another geckoboard competitor. Starts at $19/month.
  7. Somehow related to a resume or CV, but more real time. You post milestones and then record their successes, or something like that. Currently free.
  8. Track personal metrics via Twitter DM. Send data points by sending a DM to the app. Not sure what the graphing looks like, apparently built by a statistician, and front page images look nice. Currently free.
  9. Paid (starts $19/mth 1 user) dashboard service. Creates fairly static dashboards, including graphs, but doesn't seem to allow detailed interrogation of historical data.
  10. Currently free (still in beta, maybe 100 users) dashboard app. Supports lists and todos on dashboards, and custom metrics can be pushed via a simple API. Only simple graphs, no use for interrogating historical data.
  11. Roll your own geckoboard like dashboards thanks to the fine folks at shopify. Takes data in a variety of ways, including a simple HTTP API, and looks elegant as hell. Brilliant.
  12. AWESOME! Order sims from a whole bunch of countries for $5 plus $11 shipping. Freaking genius.
  13. An open-source non-profit personal data visualization framework to help you make sense of your life and compare hypotheses about what affects your well-being.
  14. Interesting app about measuring peak brain activity through experiments and collecting data. Smart.
  15. Simple question sent by email every day and you reply by email to track the results. Useful, but bit low tech.
  16. Automatic daily tracker that logs how you get from place to place (walk, bike, etc) automatically, in the background. Android / iOS. Acquired by Facebook.
  17. Write questions and track the answers. Brilliant, except it seems to be email / web only. :-(
  18. A super fancy version of the jawbone up or the fitbit. Well, fancy in the sense of appearance. Small, sleek, designer.
  19. One site (the original) about the quantified self. Useful articles probably.
  20. Awesome report card generated from public GitHub info. Impressively fast also. Mostly humorous but potentially useful.
  21. Mirror of the same bluesmoon / lognormal blog post on analysing performance data.
  22. Blog post from bluesmoon / lognormal on how to analyse performance data. Includes some great points on geometric means and geometric standard deviation which better apply to lognormal distributions than arithmetic means / standard deviations. Very useful.
  23. One strategy to backup encrypted ecryptfs data as suggested by the author of ecryptfs. Useful and simple. Backup the metadata and the raw files with rsync.
  24. German mobile telco from Aldi. Offers great roaming data deals 7 days, 65mb for €5 anywhere in Europe.
  25. A critical utility for ecryptfs called ecryptfs-recover-private which automates and simplifies the process of recovering encrypted home directory data from Ubuntu.

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