December 18, 2008

Do you follow the QS blog or the QS MeetUp from outside the Bay Area? You are invited to organize your own QS Show&Tell, to replicate the very simple format or to alter and improve it. The QS Show&Tell is an informal meeting where people involved in various types of self-tracking share their tools, methods, and ideas. It is fun and interesting.

We’ve started a QS Show&Tell – New Cities page on the QS Wiki where you can post suggestions for locations and contact information if you’d like to help organize one.

And thanks to Melanie Swan for the suggestion!

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