The Quantified Self Wiki (and Blog Comments)

September 16, 2008

The blog for self-trackers, self-surveillance, and self-knowledge also known as The Quantified Self, now has comments turned on. Your hosts are Gary Wolf and myself. We welcome your response and feedback to any posting. You need to click on the red “Actions” button at the end of a post to get to the comment link.

To further leverage the emerging community of folks interested in self-tracking tools we’ve started:

The Quantified Self wiki at http://wiki.quantifiedself.com

The Quantified Self Forum at http://forum.quantifiedself.com

Any new show-n-tell meetings for Quantified Selfers will be scheduled at this Meetup site.

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