I never understood why no one is making a high-resolution scale --
basically a scale that measured weight about a thousand times a second
and delivered readings to several digits of resolution. The scale would
connect wirelessly to a statistics package and database, either locally
or in the cloud or both, that would allow users to screw around,
experimenting with averages and differentials and whatever, while
aggregating data from other users, allowing large scale research on
related issues of interest.
Or maybe I've just missed it...
----- Original message -----
From: "Michael Nagle" <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Date: Sat, 30 Jan[masked]:14:09 -0500
Subject: [bostonQS] postponing the first quantified self meetup
I'm postponing the first quantified self meetup until the first
week of March -- so there'll be a few weeks to spread the word
and find interesting talks from the local area. It will likely by
March 2nd or 3rd depending on the space I end up booking. I'll
email out once again when the meetup is scheduled and confirmed
with location, and I would very much appreciate ideas and
suggestions for who to invite in terms of audience and speakers.
-Michael Nagle (nagle at thesprouts dot org)
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