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QS Discussion Group #6 - Singularity University

We're heading back to Singularity University for our next QS discussion group, with the amazing Eri Gentry moderating.

Please come with a question or challenge that you're having in your tracking, and the rest of the group can help solve it or offer input.

Of course you're welcome to come even without a question, we'd love to see you! As before, if a show&tell randomly happens, that's great, but we won't have slides or video or anything formal.

Please join us on Tuesday afternoon from 12:30-2 pm, at Building 20 on the NASA campus in Mountain View. Thanks to Singularity University for offering us a room! NOTE: You will need a state-issued photo ID to get onto NASA campus.


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  • Gordon

    I missed most of this meetup because the venue was changed at the last minute to another building on the NASA campus, but no notification was sent to attendees, and no sign was put on the old venue redirecting latecomers to the new venue. Once I eventually got to the correct building and room, there were interesting people talking about very interesting things. Unfortunately, the room we were in had terrible acoustics, made worse by lots of environmental noise coming in the open doors/windows. I would not recommend using this room again for the meetup.

    May 15, 2012

  • Robert

    Probably old news but just in case: by far the most successful Kickstarter project to date is the Pebble E-Watch accessory for your iphone or Android. They have gotten over $9M pledged so far in less than a month - latest update says they will incorporate Bluetooth 4 for low power accessories like heart rate monitors down the line.

    May 8, 2012

  • Alexandra C.

    Awesome, thanks Robert! :)

    May 3, 2012

  • Robert

    Alexandra - been thinking about your "visualizing love" question at the recent Moffet QS meeting & finally remembered someone that might inspire you: Jonathan Harris ( creates visualizations from blog posts about feelings and creates a moving picture of the "emotional zeitgeist". See Also, turning life recordings into stories:

    May 2, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Directions were a bit off so some folks, including me went to the wrong place. As for the content itself, I think it was good but I think the moderator should add more structure to the process upfront so that everyone adheres to the structure and rules.

    May 2, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I enjoyed the diverse perspectives and experiences that were on display...

    May 2, 2012

  • Alexandra C.

    Hi folks! Looks like we have a big waiting list on this one. Pretty please change your RSVP to No if you can't make it, to let others in. Not because you have to, just because you're awesome. :) alex

    1 · April 30, 2012

  • Josh

    Wow! I know to RSVP quicker next time. :-)

    April 24, 2012

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