10 New QS Conference Sessions by Awesome Attendees

May 8, 2012

We’re excited to announce another new batch of sessions at the upcoming QS conference. Thanks to everyone who is stepping up to speak! The full roster of show&tell talks and breakout sessions so far is listed here.

Check out these awesome new topics:

Breakout Conversations

How to separate user feedback signal from noise and incorporate into product development (Nick Gammell)
Breath tracking – how and why (Danielle Roberts)
Using smartphone and behavioral data with ginger.io (Michael Nagle)
How to start and run a QS Show&Tell meetup group (Adam Butterfield)
Using software to exercise your brain and grow focus (Dave Asprey)
Time management design (Michael Kotas)
Psychological and social-cultural consequences of QS going forward (Yuri van Geest)
Manly Dieting (John LaPuma)
Sleep and consciousness (Marcin Kowrygo)
The brain and self-quantification, a bidirectional relationship (Matt Keener)

All sessions are defined by attendees in advance of the conference, like a curated unconference. There will be overlapping breakout sessions, show&tell talks, and posters for you to choose from. We will keep posting them here as the date approaches.

If you’d like to join us, you can register here. 400 out of 600 tickets are already taken. And if you have a personal self-tracking story to share or would like to lead a breakout discussion, please let us know!

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