1. Gijsbregt Brouwer - QS & sports - QSAMS #8

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    • Quantified Self - Leader

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      QS Design: Boon Design Animation: http://ikbenke.es - Kees Plattel Audio: http://soundbase.nl - Renger Koning

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      • Toolmaker Talks - Sampo Karjalainen (Moves)

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        We talk with Sampo Karjalainen, the co-founder of Moves.

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        • Erich Taubert - iP Voiding Diary

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          • Joost Plattel - Broadcasting Brainwaves

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            • The Quantified Self in 2013

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              A quick look at the apps and devices behind "the quantified self," or self-tracking through technology, and how it helps weight loss.

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              • Quantified Performance Ultrasound

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                Luke performs an Ultrasound test in the Quantified Performance lab.

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                • Quantified Enterprise ITSM Weekly Podcast Episode 105

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                  Quantified Enterprise ITSM Weekly Podcast Episode 105 Show notes with links: http://www.servicesphere.com/blog/2013/3/6/the-quantified-enterprise-itsm-weekly-podcast-episode-105.html Your Hosts: Mark Kawasaki Matthew Hooper and Matt Beran (twitter #ITSMWP) Special Guest: Former host Chris Dancy Show notes: Changing roles – Mark taking over hosting Chris in wired.com article and hangout and techcrunch – culmination of last few years of working in and from the future MIT not aware of the cutting edge realities of digital connectivity being talked about Need mindfulness to deal with frustrations of the real world and to reconnect with humanity Have to pay attention. Sometimes you have to listen for people. What’s relevant? Let’s slow things down Complex biological information systems we need to try to understand ourselves Looking at evolutionary psychology for next year – see Amber Case No power in volume (words) Quantified enterprise – people finding it difficult to understand / accept The next 7 years is going to freak people out – these new personal skills will be important FitBit interesting model for software design – feedback system Moved to systems of impermanence Attention is not same as respect It’s about survival - analysing your own data has gone from luxury to necessity Steve Jobs – all about paying attention. Is it possible to will something into existence? Things will fail before they succeed - what’s important is to get started Christory software?? Quantification in the Enterprise means starting to analyse metrics not understood before –interacting with people and devices based on location at level one and proximity at level two. Level 3 is contextual – Chris’ new slide deck: ‘Mr Jobs I’m ready for my close-up’ ‘Just in time’ information for the Enterprise – lots of implications Next level will bother people – devices linked to you, contextual and bio-chemical systems 7 years from now – pick out a team for a project by their traits and biochemistry Another example of what we have now - ‘Hello’ from Evernote New calendar – Tempo – contextual and interactive

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                  • The Quantified Enterprise ITSM Weekly Podcast Episode 105

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                    Show notes with links: http://www.servicesphere.com/blog/2013/3/6/pay-attention-self-awareness-and-quantified-enterprise-itsmw.html Show notes: Changing roles – Mark taking over hosting Chris in wired.com and techcrunch – culmination of last few years of working in and from the future MIT not aware of the cutting edge realities of digital connectivity being talked about Need mindfulness to deal with frustrations of the real world and to reconnect with humanity Have to pay attention. Sometimes you have to listen for people. What’s relevant? Let’s slow things down – Raul’s blog Complex biological information systems we need to try to understand ourselves Looking at evolutionary psychology for next year – see Amber Case No power in volume (words) Quantified enterprise – people finding it difficult to understand / accept The next 7 years is going to freak people out – these new personal skills will be important FitBit interesting model for software design – feedback system Moved to systems of impermanence Attention is not same as respect It’s about survival - analysing your own data has gone from luxury to necessity Steve Jobs – all about paying attention. Is it possible to will something into existence? Things will fail before they succeed - what’s important is to get started Christory software?? Quantification in the Enterprise means starting to analyse metrics not understood before –interacting with people and devices based on location at level one and proximity at level two. Level 3 is contextual – Chris’ new slide deck: ‘Mr Jobs I’m ready for my close-up’ ‘Just in time’ information for the Enterprise – lots of implications Next level will bother people – devices linked to you, contextual and bio-chemical systems 7 years from now – pick out a team for a project by their traits and biochemistry Another example of what we have now - ‘Hello’ from Evernote New calendar – Tempo – contextual and interactive

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                    • Quantified Bostad

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