Do you sleep with a Fitbit or Zeo? Do you live in a Nike+ Fuelband? Do you use your smartphone to track your meanderings about town? Do you hack your body fat percentage, brain waves, sleep, athletic performance, cholesterol, heart rate variability, mood, IQ, or household electricity usage? Have you visited "23 and Me" or "ubiome" and perhaps even sprung for a kit? Do you install photos or other odd pieces of your life on a spreadsheet and search the rows and columns for meaningful patterns? Do you know what wearable technology is? Do you make it? Do you want to make it?
If any of this fits, you are a Self-Quantifier. Join your fellow Southern Oregon Self-Quantifiers and share what you've learned, learn from others, and be merry.
The Quantified Self Show&Tell is a regular meeting for people taking advantage of various kinds of personal tracking to gain more knowledge about themselves. We use the show&tell format you learned as a child: stand up and present something you care about, take questions, and sit down. It is usually very fun. Come share what you are doing, and learn from others. Topics include, but are not limited to:
Fitness and health tracking Chemical body load counts Personal genome sequencing Lifelogging Metabolic monitoring Self experimentation Behavior monitoring Location tracking Sleep tracking Mood and emotion tracking Medical self-diagnostics