Do you track personal information, hoping to gain insights into yourself or your surrounding world? Are you curious about people who do?
The Dublin Quantified Self group (#QSelfDublin) is for anyone interested in self-tracking. Whether you record your jogging times, how often you communicate with friends or how you are feeling - we would love to hear from you!
We meet regularly & light-heartedly to hear from people who are self-tracking, discuss other areas of self-tracking and even possibly for collaborations between members on self-tracking projects.
Come share what you are doing and learn from others. Topics include, but are not limited to:
• Future trends in self-tracking & healthcare
• Behaviour monitoring
• Lifelogging, lifecaching, lifestreaming
• Location tracking
• Digitizing body info
• Biometric data
• Psychological self-assessments
• Medical self-diagnostics
Past meetups blogged at http://quantifiedselfdublin.com/
Dublin Quantified Self Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/quantifiedselfdubl...
More Info on Quantified Self
The Dublin Quantified Self Bl
The Quantified Self blog: http://www.quantifiedself.org
Gary Wolf: http://www.aether.com
Kevin Kelly: http://www.kk.org
Personal informatics and tools by Ian Li - http://personalinformatics.org/
Complete QS Guide to Self-Tracking - http://quantifiedself.com/guide/
Some great apps to get started with:
• Moves - track where you've been, how much you've walked, cycled, jogged.
• Move-o-scope - map your 'moves' data.
• RescueTime - track where you spend your time on during the day. What times are most productive, what apps you use.
• HRV4Training - track your HRV scores on iPhone with the iPhone camera
• Taplogger - easily log statistics, habits, tasks, drinks or anything else.
The Quantified Body - https://thequantifiedbody.net