I hear less about quantified self these days. 6-8 years ago at tech/digital meetings it was the stuff of panels. Not so much any more.
Talking about quantified self as a thing is odd because many of us are measuring things about ourselves. Enough to make it less of a novelty than it once was.
When cell phones were new we measured how many people had them. When we hit threshold it was no longer something to discuss.
This slow normalization of basic human metrics is compounded by the fact that the promise of life-changing, doctor-neutralizing self-monitoring has yet to come to bear. That doesn’t mean it’s not helpful.
While what we measure will continue to evolve, measurement itself is evolving as part of the background.
And with less hype.