Seattle Quantified Self Show + Tell #4

Please come and bring your enthusiasm for self-tracking and self-experiment. You and your graphs, spreadsheets, biometric devices, practical solutions and crazy notions are all welcome. In general, we'd prefer real self-tracking projects you're working on yourself, rather than sales pitches or tools for someone else to use. We'll have a social/networking hour from 6 pm to 7 pm, followed by a series of short talks. Interested in presenting? You can sign up to present when you arrive, but if you have something to show please email in advance, so we have an idea of what to expect.

 

If you missed previous meetups and would like to get a sense of some of the talks people give, please check out our vimeo channel:

http://vimeo.com/user9076047/videos

 

Thanks!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    This was my first meetup and really my first intro to Quantified Self so I didn't really know what to expect. I thought the diversity of presentations was great. People seemed friendly and open. Content and attendees seemed to tilt a little to the Medical field which was a little surprising but that might be the nature of the group. Overall I liked the content..

    February 29, 2012

  • Beau G.

    Lots of interesting discussion!

    February 29, 2012

  • ash b.

    awesome, great meeting up with so many QSers. should do it more often :)

    February 29, 2012

  • John C.

    Met several interesting folks working on various aspects of productivity and health habit change. Great to see how the data we can track on our life activities, exercise, and health can be personally meaningful in very different ways. As an long tiime explorer and experimenter in self awareness and conscious design of life habits, I was surprised by how much I learned in a few hrs. From the Open Source LifeLocker project to tracking cardiac health to tools like Fitbit and RescueTime we have more opportunities to use data as feedback loops to improve the quality of our lives. No need to wait for governments and institutions to "fix" healthcare , we can " be the change " for better health one step at a time and design a life that works best for each individual. I believe that daily and hourly feedback loops can make the time I spend tracking health and exercise pay off with less stress and more personally meaningful understanding of how daily behaviors have impact.

    February 29, 2012

  • david r.

    Really enjoyed some great talks and conversation!

    February 29, 2012

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