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Ryan Grant – TIVO for Life

November 19, 2008

Here is a great talk by Ryan Grant from the last QS Show&Tell. Things got especially interesting when Ryan talked started talking about how the device he is making would allow you to capture, in sound, stills, and video, moments of your life that had already passed.  Below are a few excerpts from the audio…

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Alex Rossi Shows Tweet What You Eat

November 5, 2008

This post makes me happy! One of the most fun things about QS so far has been the sense of optimism and possibility emanating from the frontiers of self-tracking. There is something so obvious about applying basic methods of rational data gathering and analysis to daily life that each little experiment, however simple, hints at…

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Brandon from A&D Weighing Shows New Devices

November 5, 2008

The idea of having one’s devices automatically upload data to a Web site is much hoped for among QS readers. Here’s one take on solving from the problem, presented at the the QS Show&Tell II by Brandon from A&D Weighing, one of the leading manufacturers of medical scales. (Brandon was a good sport in dealing…

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Can You Eat Yourself Smarter?

October 29, 2008

Here is a great presentation by Tim Lundeen from the recent QS Show&Tell. Tim is running some interesting self-experiments on diet and cognition. QS_081023_03_Tim_Lundeen from Paul Lundahl on Vimeo. Diet and cognition is a topic of such obvious interest that it regularly breaks through into the popular press and the science blogs. For instance, eating…

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QS Show & Tell II

October 24, 2008

Last Thursday’s Quantified Self Show & Tell saw some great presentations, with great questions and discussion – or rather the beginning of what could have been much longer discussions that we cut off every time out of enthusiasm for the next person’s show & tell. Average presentation time was a little under ten minutes, average…

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Second Quantified Self Show-n-Tell

October 21, 2008

The second official Quantified Self Show and Tell will take place this Thursday evening, Oct 23.  Our first meeting last month exceeded our expectations, both in the number of people who came and the sophistication of the self-tracking projects that were shared and discussed. It was a real blast. Almost 30 folks showed up. So…