Our pals at Quantified Self are hosting a big expo in San Francisco on Saturday and they're offering BB readers a $10 discount off the $20 ticket price! Get hip to the self-tracking scene and see your life through the lens of data! Event details here.
Just follow this link to register with the discount.
The Quantified Self Exposition will open its doors on June 20, 2015, at Herbst Pavilion in San Francisco, with 30,000 square feet of amazing exposition space highlighting the wearable devices and apps that give you intimate and direct feedback about yourself, from how you sleep, eat, and exercise, to what triggers fear and joy.
The Quantified Self Exposition is for everyone interested in understanding where technology is going and how it's affecting our lives. If you're an inventor, artist, scientist, engineer, doctor, nurse, athlete, entrepreneur, journalist, designer, policy maker or just interested in how sensors, data, and “very personal computing” can be used to understand ourselves and the world around us, please join us for this amazing event. From advanced sports performance to nutrition, emotion, learning, and health, the Quantified Self Exposition is about discovery!
Quantified Self Exposition
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