miércoles, 13 de abril de 2016

What is Wearable Tech and what can I do with it?

A newbie's guide to wearables


What is Wearable Tech and what can I do with it?


  1. Do you have any bad habits or vices that you would like to give up or do less of?
  2. Would you consider trying Pavlok to help you quit the bad habits you’ve just mentioned? What about if you had a more serious problem?
  3. Is it better to quit something overnightfrom one day to the next, or is it better to cut down gradually over a period of time? Does this depend on what people want to give up?
  4. Do you ever make New Year’s resolutions? Do you normally manage to keep these promises to yourself?
  5. How can you tell the difference between a bad habit and an addiction? When can you say that somebody is addicted to something as opposed to just having a bad habit?
  6. Are addictions and compulsive behaviours mental orphysical problems? Or are they both mental andphysical?
  7. Are the following activities bad habits or addictions? Which ones are the most difficult to give up? Have you ever known anyone who has had a problem with one of them?
    smoking | biting one’s nails | overworking | doing exercise | shopping | excessive internet use pornography | gambling | alcohol | coffeesnacking | watching TV
  8. Activity trackerssmartwatches and virtual reality headsets are all types of technology that you can wear. Do you think wearable devices will be a commercial success, or are they just a passing fad?
  9. Do you think being punished for a bad habit or addiction helps people to give it up? Can you think of better ways to stop bad habits or overcome addiction?
  10. If you feel you are becoming addicted to something, is it better to deal with it yourself, resort to family and friends or seek the help of a doctor/psychologist?
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 You learn something every day if you pay attention. ~Ray LeBlond