Latest Happenings in the QS World

September 22, 2010

A few exciting things have happened in the past week that I wanted to highlight.

Two New Groups
There are now 10 global Quantified Self Show&Tell Meetup groups, with the newest ones in:
San Diego, organized by Ernesto Ramirez, John Amschler, Cece O’Connor, and Gregg Masters, and
Toronto, organized by Carlos Rizo and our own Eric Boyd. I’ll be in Toronto for their first meetup on October 27 – hope to see some of you there!
New Video Introduction
Kees Plattel, of the Quantified Self Amsterdam group, has generously put together an amazing 12-second animated QS logo to use at the beginning of all of our videos. Here it is – thank you, Kees!

Quantified Self – Title from Kees Plattel on Vimeo.

If you missed the action on Monday, the first European QS Show&Tell meetup happened in Amsterdam. Check out the Twitter stream #qsams.

We want to hear about QS-related happenings! If you have any news to share, let me know.

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