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"Personal Informatics in the Wild: Hacking Habits for Health & Happiness

Un dîner improvisé de dernière minute proposé par Jakob Eg Larsen.

Une excellente opportunité de consolider nos liens avec la communauté internationale du QS :

"Personal Informatics in the Wild: Hacking Habits for Health & Happiness" is a workshop part of the academic Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) 2013 conference. In the workshop we discuss challenges and explore opportunities for human-computer interaction in the growing field of personal informatics (self-tracking and quantified self). We address research topics including ubiquitous computing, life logging, visualizations, persuasive technologies, interaction design, psychology of self-knowledge, and self-awareness. During the workshop we discuss technical and design issues related to monitoring and feedback of personal behavioral information.

The workshop is organized as a two-day hackathon where the participants work together on creating prototype personal informatics apps. At the last day of the workshop we have an informal joint dinner/meetup including the workshop participants and people from the QS Paris meetup group interested in self-tracking and quantified self. Workshop participants are invited to show the results of their workshop prototyping and QS Paris members are invited to shared there self-tracking experiences.

More information about the workshop content is available here:

Jon, Ian, Catherine, Jakob, Ernesto

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  • JB i.

    Pitch tout à fait intéressants, j'ai bien aimé l'accent mis sur l'open source :)

    1 · April 29, 2013

  • Jakob Eg L.

    Thanks for a fun and inspiring evening. Hope to see some of you at the upcoming Quantified Self Conference in Amsterdam

    1 · April 29, 2013

  • Vincent Pinte D.

    intéressant cette rencontre. A refaire !

    2 · April 29, 2013

  • Christophe D.

    Thanks Jakob and all. Great presentations, insights and cool atmosphere for this 1st improvised dinner. If you're available next Friday please join us with Pavlik and the OuisShare Fest team during our "unconference" next Friday, [masked]T12:00. Register now for free tickets We need you to follow-up our conversations. Cheers and please be kind to drop your feedback/suggestions/links for future coordination.

    Have a nice séjour in Paris, Cheers,


    P.S. One last (personal) point, I'd be happy if you could join us on #indeweb #qs (channel #indiewebcamp on freenode)

    Comments welcome here on a fresh and awesome idea ?

    April 29, 2013

  • elf P.

    Nice meeting you all! Today I've mentioned festival on Collaborative Economy we organize in Paris next week May 2-3-4 - (with BarCamp co-facilitated by Christophe Ducamp + and keynote on day two from Doc Searls of ProjectVRM) For people with focus on web technologies, interoperability, personal data stores, online identity and reputation, open web I recommend OuiShare Labs Camp (you don't need ticket for this one!) on May 5-6-7 -
    Please share links to projects you presented as well so we all can find more information on them. Thank you!

    2 · April 28, 2013

  • Hasnae B.

    Thanks for this great exchange with you ! see you soon !

    April 28, 2013

  • Thierry M.

    It was nice hearing from all of you! Thank you!

    April 28, 2013

  • Airi L.

    Great event, thanks everyone! We'll post a link here once we have our workshop results around "family informatics" up as a blogpost - thanks for the questions & comments! Would be fantastic to see this community thinking about ways to make QS useful for broader audiences, as groups and over time.

    In the meanwhile, something you all might find interesting is, as service that tracks your online news reading, recommends stories based on the reading patterns of you and others with similar tastes AND provides a cool visualization of your reading behaviors over time. You can also get your raw data if you would rather play with it yourself. I work with the guys running the service & I know they'd love your thoughts on the service if you choose to try it out.

    4 · April 28, 2013

  • JB i.

    J arrive en retard mais curieux

    April 28, 2013

  • Alexandre P.

    Unfortunately can't make it... Yet looking forward to the next QS Meetup. Alex @pelletier_alex

    April 27, 2013

  • Vincent Pinte D.


    1 · April 26, 2013

  • Emmanuel G.

    Yes, I'll be be there to meet great SelfQuantifiers like you!!

    1 · April 24, 2013

  • Benjamin A.

    Great, I was desperate to have to wait until the next meetup !

    1 · April 23, 2013

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