QS15: What Happened?

June 22, 2015

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Two hundred sessions. Two thousand people. Thirty thousand square feet of exposition space on a San Francisco Pier. Did we really do that?

Over the next weeks we’ll be posting videos, photos, interviews and essays inspired by what happened last week at #QS15. But for the next day or two we’re just going to recover a bit, reflect on how things went, and enjoy the afterglow of spending 3 days with remarkable self-trackers, toolmakers, and scholars who share our interest in self-knowledge through numbers.

Our deepest thanks to to everybody who came to the event and to the hundreds of QS participants who worked with us for more than a year to create the program: to the speakers and session leaders who shared their self-tracking stories and ideas; to our courageous sponsors, whose support was indispensable; to the remarkable architects at The Living, who worked with us tirelessly to design an exposition space that supported conversation and discovery; and, to our friends at e2k events x entertainment, who managed the construction of the exposition from scratch.

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