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Show&Tell Talks - Weird Smell Experiments, Intention Tracking and More!

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Steven J.


Please join us for a night of conversation on self-tracking and monitoring where you share ideas, tools and experiments with the Portland Quantified Self community.

If you are self tracking in any way – life logging, biometrics, athletic performance, mood, sleep, medical symptoms, happiness, energy, etc. – come and share your methods, results and insight.

Here's our agenda:

Intro and Announcements - 6:10 sharp!
We'll have a round of introductions, and then Steven will give a quick primer on QS as a movement and recap some of the most interesting self-tracking projects he's seen in the past couple of months.

Presentations* - 6:20 to 7:30

-Mark - Exercise chair update
-Max - Tracking daily intentions
-Corey - Tracking mood and music
-Karey - Potential Self-Experiments with an Oura
-Steven - Using smell to improve recall

If you have a project you can talk about, let us know when you sign up!

Post-talks Social Time - 7:30 to 8 pm
After some amazing presentations, we will have some time to converse with those around us.

*Where our talks come from: Our talks come from you! Do you have a personal self-tracking story to share? Please let us know in your RSVP. You can let the three prime questions guide your presentation:What did you do? How did you do it? What did you learn?

Here are some examples from previous Quantified Self events:

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