Day One at the 2013 Quantified Self European Conference

May 11, 2013

This weekend we’re hosting over 275 wonderful people at the 2013 Quantified Self European Conference. So far it’s been an amazing gathering chock full on interesting talks, great conversations, and thoughtful discussion. There’s too much happening to properly summarize it all here, but we thought we’ld give you a little tast of what’s going on.

In collaboration with Fast Moving Targets a few of our conference attendees have been able to share their self-tracking stories and why they’re here.

Hans De Zwart has done a great job capturing his experience by somehow finding the time to write up a wonderfully detailed blog post on his first day at the conference. You can read that here.

Make sure to follow along with what’s going on by checking on the very active conference Twitter stream here.

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