Fast Company Zeroes in on the BACtrack Consumption Report and the Way We Drink
Fast Company published a fascinating look at the BACtrack Consumption Report yesterday, noting the index is an eye opener for anyone interested in how, when, and where people have been drinking over the past year.
"Pocketable breathalyzers are making it easier than ever for drinkers to be responsible with their alcohol intake. And BACtrack's Mobile Breathalyzer, which can analyze a user's blood alcohol content (BAC) on the fly, makes it easy for anyone with a smartphone to quantify all of that imbibing data and hold a mirror up to their drinking habits."
They then take a closer look at data, aggregated from over 100,000 unique anonymous points from around the globe over a 12-month period, "shedding light on how much we drink, when we drink, and which states appear to drink the most."
"Some of the data gleaned is unsurprising: 40% of all BAC tests were self-administered during weekend hours, with 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Saturdays being the busiest period. Outside of the weekends, though, is where the data gets revealing. Take this chart of the average seven-day workweek. Tuesday is the day where blood alcohol content appears to be lowest."