It’s increasingly likely that you’ll be using technology to track the progress of your New Year’s fitness resolutions. But along with fitness tracking comes companies that have access to the most mundane details about our bodies. The bigger issue here is that we are using technology to fix problems that technology has partly caused. I gained weight because I sit in front of a computer, so I’ll get a FitBit. I can’t sleep because I bring my iPad to bed, so I’ll get some sleep tracking technology. What I really need is to have my head examined. (Luckily, there’s an fMri for that.)