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Ahnjili Zhuparris: Menstrual Cycles, 50 Cent, and Right Swipes

October 6, 2016

Ahnjili Zhuparris shares her experiment examining the menstrual cycle’s influence on her day-to-day behaviour by using browser plugins to track variations in her interactions with different websites. She discovered interesting changes across several platforms, including how she browsed Facebook, swiped in Tinder, and listened to music on YouTube.

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Visualizing Blood Glucose

November 8, 2015

A panel discussion on Data Visualization and Meaning with Joel Goldsmith (Abbott Diabetes Care), Jana Beck (Tidepool), Doug Kanter (Databetes), and Stefanie Rondags (diabetes coach and blogger) hosted at the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference in Amsterdam, delves into role of visualization and the data derived from self-monitoring and experimentation in advancing diabetes care.

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Track HRV, Make a Dashboard, and Have Fun with Fitbit at QSEU15

September 10, 2015

We just published a preview of our program for the upcoming 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference. This year we’re experimenting with some new “how-to” sessions to help everybody learn something new and apply right away in their self-tracking practice. We’re thrilled to have ten how-to  sessions on the program. From spaced repetition, to heart rate variability,…

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Announcing the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference Program

September 7, 2015

Eleven days and counting! On September 18th and 19th the Quantified Europe conference returns to the beautiful and affordable Casa 400 hotel in Amsterdam. If you’ve been before you know how special this conference is. The dozens of high-handled guest bikes waiting just outside the hotel door suggest it’s going to be hard to stay…

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QS Europe Preview: Where does your time go?

September 4, 2015

Time is the finite resource that we all share. We share, too, the befuddlement in how it’s spent. It seems that we are equally terrible at remembering what happened in the past and estimating how long something will take in the future. Having worked in project management for years, Emmanuel Pont knows full well everything…

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QSEU15 Preview: Why Should I Share My Data?

September 3, 2015

Everyone is asking you to share your data, but what’s in it for you? At the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference open data activist Theo Scholl is leading an lively breakout discussion on the frontiers of data sharing: What kind of benefits make it worthwhile to share data? What’s most important: money, services, tools, altruism, participation,…

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QSEU15 Preview: Putting Physiological Signals into Pictures

September 2, 2015

Media artist Danielle Roberts (check out her Reverse Calendar), found her curiosity piqued by a scientific paper claiming that  the well-known calming benefits of being in nature can be achieved by merely looking at pictures of natural landscapes. At QS Europe 15, Danielle will present her “Virtual View” project, which combines image and sound for immersion in…

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QSEU15 Preview: Morris Villarroel on Slowing Time with a Lifelog

August 21, 2015

The 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference will commence in less than four weeks, bringing together the QS community to share what they’ve been learning with personal data. Anyone who engages in any sort of self-tracking discovers that the data collected is not a mere recording of some aspect of your life. Rather, engaging with and…

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QSEU15 Preview: Ellis Bartholomeus on Doodling Mood

August 21, 2015

In just four short weeks we’ll be kicking off the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference, and we are so excited to hear from old friends, learn from new members, and interact with some wonderful toolmakers. It’s going to be a great time. As you may know, we build our conference programs from the ground up…

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QS15: A Review

August 11, 2015

In just little more than a month we’ll be convening in lovely Amsterdam for our 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference. While some might call us crazy since we just wrapped on our big QS15 Conference in San Francisco, we like to think that we’re on a tour, inviting people from around to world to engage and…

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2015 QS Europe Conference: Scholarship Application Now Open

July 10, 2015

Today we’re happy to announce that we’re opening up a scholarship application for the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference. Since our first conference in 2011 our aim has been to foster an inclusive environment, and with the help and guidance from many attendees we’ve benefited greatly from exposing ourselves to the wide range of ideas about…

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Announcing the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference

June 29, 2015

We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2015 Quantified Self Europe Conference. On September 18th and 19th we’re once again filling the beautiful Casa 400 hotel in Amsterdam with talks, discussions, and demos from the global Quantified Self community. If you’re interested in self-tracking, lifelogging, data visualization and art, new…