I just heard about QS on NPR. Facinating. I've been tracking my daily weight, heart rate, and BP after experriencing a TIA last New Years Eve. I'd like to take my monitoring to the next level, whatever that might be.
The Austin Quantified Self Meetup is inspired by the Bay Area Quantified Self Meetup and the Quantified Self blog.
It is a regular show-and-tell for people who are tracking data about their body and conducting their own personal investigations and research into their bodies, minds, and selves. Anything is game -- from personal genetics to ways to digitize and track information; from how to self-diagnose to how to self-experiment with data and statistics.
More specific topics include:
using data and statistics to further self-experimentation
behavior monitoring, tracking, and modification (including studying habit forming and breaking)
lifelogging, lifecaching, and lifestreaming
generating, capturing, and working with biometric data
medical self-diagnostics and keeping track of one's own medical data