The Google Zeitgeist Resolutions 2012 application is an awesome way to share your New Years Resolutions with the world and gain inspiration. The application encourages users to share their hopes and ambitions for 2013 by clicking on the blue field and entering a postal code, country and category.
Resolutions are posted anonymously under the categories of love, health, career, finance, family, education and do-good. Some of the most common resolutions are "to spend more time with family," "attend yoga" and "learn guitar." Loftier resolutions like "becoming a star" or "peace for everyone" are also featured.
It’s no surprise that eating well, exercise and losing weight are some of the top resolutions after festive indulgences. The neat application is a collaboration between Google Maps to plot the resolutions and Google Translate, converting the pledges into 44 languages. Google Zeitgeist is just one of the many websites and apps released this new year to help consumers keep track of their goals.
Google Zietgeist Resolutions Unites the World and Encourages Progress
Tia Clarke — January 3, 2013 — Tech
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