QS Wiki Invitation

October 24, 2008

This is a quick post to invite QS readers to contribute to the Quantified Self Wiki. The Wiki address is:

http://quantifiedself.wik.is/

You must register but registration is open and you can begin contributing as soon as you create a user name – no need to wait for a confirmation email or any other bureaucracy at the moment.

Much of the wiki is intuitive, but editing side panels and organizational-level structure can require some tricks. If you have questions, feel free to email research librarian Camille Cloutier who has read the docs!

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