2. by Georges Duverger
  3. I left eBay last June to focus on my own project in the nutrition and health space. I am now at the 6 month mark—as good a time as any to have a brief look back.
  4. I made Fitmeal, a food diary via SMS, to track my food. It might help you, too. Give it a try!
  5. From machine learning algorithms to digestive disorders, I learned a ton over the past few months. I made a point of meeting smart people every week, not only to learn from their experiences, but also to challenge and refine my own thoughts. I built a text messaging service for on-demand nutrition facts, and released it to beta testers.
  6. The quantified version:
  7. 2,500 users
  8. 5,000,000 calories tracked
  9. 4+ articles: Technical.ly Brooklyn, Motherboard, The Daily Meal, Twilio
  10. 1 talk at the NY Quantified Self Meetup
  11. 1 spiky Snapchat from VICE
  12. I am very excited for 2016. Digital health is seeing a huge amount of innovation. Messaging platforms and conversational interfaces are getting a lot of attention. As for my project, this new year has already brought me some great developments that I am looking forward to sharing with you soon.
  13. But for now, I want to thank the supportive friends, fellow makers, and accidental mentors with whom I have had encouraging and insightful discussions along the way.
  14. As always, please send me an email to let me know what you think.

  15. Made in Arlington, MA. Generated with Ivy. Styled with Backslash. All emojis designed by OpenMoji – the open-source emoji and icon project. License: CC BY-SA 4.0