On Kawara, 2014

If you walk between 5,000 and 7,000 steps per day, you are an average American,
Camille Henrot

Anthropologist Dawn Nafus suggests, in her work on self-tracking, that ''one learns how to feel one's body through the data.

Sociologists including Deborah Lupton suggest that the quantified data of self-tracking can lead to an enriched qualitative practice of self-reflection. Data becomes part of a process of telling oneself stories about one's progress in life.
Gary Wolf: The quantified self - 5:10

 to help people keep track of what they do during the workday, where they spend their time, and who they interact with, wip