October 25, 2016 AT 5:02 pm
Upgrade Your Work Day With Quantified Self & Biohacking
Teemu Arina is putting the
hack into biohacking. He is one of the authors of the Biohacker’s Handbook and an organizer of the Biohacker Summits. The next Summit is about to take place in Helsinki this year. Teemu has released a free slide deck titled “Upgrading Your Work Day with Quantified Self and Biohacking“. It is a wonderful introduction to the more technical and obscure aspects of biohacking. Have you ever tried eating ambronite as an office snack? How about lumo lift as posture coach? He does a great job of explaining the obvious intersection of quantified self and biohacking and how the two can work together.
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