For the past three weeks, I’ve been doing a research study with a Fitbit One. It was offered to MS patients as part of some study.
I connected it up, and wore it most of the time, as instructed.
I dunno. Since I’m not terribly active to begin with, I’m not sure how much my data will help. Did it help me track things like caloric intake? Yep. Did I forget it once in my few public outings? Yep.
Final verdict? Free, fun gadget to play with. It was something for me to do while I was busy getting ITS757 a big better organized. Finishing weight: Plus 0.5lbs. Max weight gain: Plus 0.5lbs. Minimum weight: -2.5lbs.
I’ll hand it over to my wife to play with for awhile, and may use it again if/when I find myself out in public more often.
As for ITS757, barring one of the Federal jobs I’ve applied for hitting, this is happening. The feedback I’ve gotten from most of the people I’ve pitched it to has been positive. As I’ve thought through things a bit more, I’ve been able to address some of the weaknesses.
Now to get the customers.