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README.md

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This is the code behind beemind.me, a web app I made to automatically send data to Beeminder. If you are not familiar with Beeminder, it could be described as "goal tracking with teeth". The basic idea is they take your money if you don't meet the goals you have committed to.

They can automatically gather data from many 3rd party services that track excercise, sleep, productivity, and many more. This app adds several automatic integrations by allowing users to sign in with their Beeminder account to beemind.me and configure one of the supported integrations. See beemind.me for more details.

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