Quantified Self London

Anne Wright talks about the value of aggregating data and how Fluxtream has been designed to allow people to explore combined data streams to support reflecting on their situation over time. She talks about the importance of supporting people in learning and adapting the culture and practices of self-tracking to investigate their own situation, including examples of people she's worked with have who have come to useful insights through such a process. She also talks about what data providers need to supply in order to support this sort of ongoing incremental reflection.

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Quantified Self London

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A channel for Quantified Self presentations and information. This content largely -- but not exclusively -- originates from London. Presentations that were used during these talks can be found on github:

londonqs.github.io/qs/

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A channel for Quantified Self presentations and information. This content largely -- but not exclusively -- originates from London. Presentations that were used during these talks can be found on github:

londonqs.github.io/qs/

For those interested in following on twitter you can follow me as a proxy as I always post new videos as they become available.

@yankeeinlondon

And finally, if you're interested in engaging in a conversation about QS related matters (you don't need to be in the London area), we have a discussion list on Google that people use:

groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/self-hacking

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