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Brian F.



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September 22, 2012


Would you like to give a 5 - 10 minute talk on how you use self-tracking at one of our meetups?

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Why are you interested in self-tracking?

I have a interest in marketing and advertising from a professional and academic point of view. When I undertake a project from either perspective I find that I consider myself immune to the processes ,but obviously I am not. I want to quantify my own consumer behavior. I consider self-tracking a typology of the self, if that is not an oxymoron. Aside from that, I am a cyclist and musician in my spare time. Some days I am good (relatively speaking) and some days I am bad. I would like to understand the variances between good and bad days. More so for the bike as I think my musicianship is inherently bad and cannot be quantified.


Postgrad student in DCU and also work there. Interested in behaviorism, specifically digital neo-tribalism and post-modernist consumption in the digital space. Bad cyclist and even worse musician.

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