Upcoming QS Events

March 12, 2012

This is a “mark your calendars” post to let you know about some fun QS-related stuff coming up that’s not sold out yet!

March 20 – The Uploaded Life: Personal evolution through self tracking — MIT/Stanford Venture Lab (VLAB) event, Stanford GSB Cemex Auditorium

6:00 – 7:00 pm  Demos, Networking and Refreshments;
7:00 – 8:30 pm  Panel Discussion, moderated by Gary Wolf, Co-Founder
of The Quantified Self and contributing editor to Wired. Panelists
include three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond.

March 31-April 1Life Extension Conference, South San Francisco Conference Center. Early registration ends Wed, Mar 14, use code QS for $100 off.

Meetups Near You – a full list of Quantified Self Show&Tell meetups around the world is at quantified-self.meetup.com

September 15-16QS annual conference, Stanford University

We have room for 600 QS’ers to come this year – a gathering of self-tracking minds from around the world! We’ll also be doing some fun group experiments during the weekend. Half of the tickets are already gone, so please make sure to get yours early if you’d like to join us.

See you soon at one or more of these events!

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