Gary Wolf on Listening

October 31, 2011

Gary Wolf shares “What we learned from starting Quantified Self” and starts off sharing a key journalistic secret – listen!

He explains the biggest ‘surprise’ to come out of the QS experiment – face to face meetings are a key element in the collaborative knowledge making process. And in order to grow our family, let’s invite people from the areas of the world that are not yet part of QS – please invite anybody in India, China, Japan, Korea, Philippines or Africa to join in the practice and sharing!

What did you do?
How did you do it?
What did you learn?

Related Posts

Anne Wright & Personal Science

Gary Wolf

April 14, 2022

This animation summarizes Anne Wright's description of how a person coping with chronic health issues progresses through the process of self-research. Click through to learn how to get early access to our book, "Personal Science: Learning to Observe."

Recovering from ACL Surgery

Davis Masten

January 27, 2022

Davis Masten describes how he used simple observational practices to aid his recovery from a common but challenging surgery.

Measuring Mood and Emotion

Gary Wolf

August 11, 2021

A post discussing the nuances behind designing experiments that track mood, including insights into the debate as to whether negative and positive emotions should be measured as polar opposite or considered states that can be experienced at the same time.