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Our theme for this meeting will be "Personal Dashboards." We would very much like to see your examples & hear about how you made them & what you learned from them. As the date gets closer, we'll post more about the talks on the schedule.
If you have a Show&Tell to give on another topic, don't hesitate to let us know on the RSVP form. We'll make room for it either on the 14th or at a future show&tell.
Here's our agenda (All times are PDT, UTC-7):
Start letting people in from the waiting room - 9:45AM
Presentations - 10:00 to 11:15
(Since presentations come from the people who sign up, we'll add them here as they come in)
Wrap-up & Group Conversation - 11:15 to 11:30
Where do our talks come from? They come from you! Do you have a personal self-tracking story to share? Please let us know.
You can let these three questions guide your presentation:
What did you do?
How did you do it?
What did you learn?
Here are examples from previous Quantified Self events:
-Quantifying My Phd: Pomodoros And Productivity (https://quantifiedself.com/show-and-tell/?project=1112)
-The Impact of a Five-Day Fast on My Cholesterol Levels (https://quantifiedself.com/show-and-tell/?project=1110)
-How Work Distractions Affect My Focus
-Learning From My Excuses for not Exercising (https://quantifiedself.com/show-and-tell/?project=1091)
This event is being cross-posted with other Quantifed Self meetups.
Image from Quantified Flu project on connecting simple biometrics to sickness events by Mad Price Ball. Read more about this project here: https://quantifiedself.com/blog/self-tracking-for-covid-19/