How to Thru-Hike Without Suffering – Beth Jusino – Ignite Seattle 37

Many people in Seattle love the outdoors, but who likes eating cold food out of cans, pooing in the woods, or the general idea of wandering around where hungry grizzly bears live?

That’s where Beth Jusino, author of Camino Times Two, has a secret for you: The Camino de Santiago. A series of pilgrimage trails through Western Europe. She walked for a thousand miles and over two mountain ranges, and still got to sleep in warm beds and have delicious meals – all for less than a night out in Capitol Hill.

Do you want to learn the secrets of the Camino de Santiago? Then Jusino’s talk is perfect for you.

photo by: Brady Harvey

De-Mystifying the Instant Pot – Sumit Basu – Ignite Seattle 37

The Instant Pot, Amazon’s top-selling product, is a cultural phenomenon and Sumit Basu is here to explain why.

Sumit guides us through what you can and can’t do with the Instant Pot, how to use it, and even how to clean it with humor, hand-drawn slides, and even a catchy musical number.

Me Too: What it Takes To Come Forward – Sarah Schacht – Ignite Seattle 37

When Sarah submitted her talk proposal, she never thought she’d be giving it on the eve of the Kavanaugh hearings. One year after the Weinstein story broke, Sarah takes the Ignite stage to talk about her experience with the #MeToo movement.

This talk isn’t about her story though – it’s about what it takes to come forward. In it, she refutes some common misconceptions and discusses support structures, personal safety, and legal considerations.

Videos & Recap: Ignite Seattle #35

Thanks to all of you who joined us last night for another sold-out show at the Egyptian Theater. Once again Seattle’s most supportive, energetic, and playful crowd encouraged a line-up some of our city’s most creative and interesting citizens.

All of the videos from last night are now live (thanks to Bootstrapper studios)! You can watch individual talks or the entire show in one video.  Please take a minute to share your favorites on all the interwebs.

  1. Get Free Accommodations Worldwide, Thanks to Neurotic Dogs, Silvana Clark
  2. Running A Hummingbird Food Bank, Lauryl Zenobi
  3. What Government Bureaucracy Taught Me About Creativity, Joel Fariss
  4. Bias Proofing Business Broom Closets and Board Rooms, Sara Sanford
  5. Swinging On The Lamp Posts Designing For Play In The Modern City, Colin MacDonald
  6. Qualifying Your WA Initiative For Under $500,000, Gabe Meyer
  7. How One Guy Can Make You Less Racist, Maryam Hosseini
  8. What I Learned Visiting Every Park In Seattle, Linnea Westerlind
  9. How To Mouse With Your Toes- Throw Your Mouse On The Floor, Not Out The Window, Elizabeth Nelson
  10. How To Not Be The Least Secure Gazelle, Zachary Cohn
  11. My Life As A Superhero Myths About Disaster Response, Chris Sheach
  12. Not Your Father’s Lumberjacks, Seth Zuckerman
  13. I Love Profanity! The Surprisingly Difficult Decision To Remove One Word From My Book, Jeremy Kayes

There was a ton of great photos taken: here and here and don’t forget the photo booth photos here (tag yourself & friends)

And if you were there live, or have a been to an Ignite in the last two years, take a minute to tell us what you thought. We want to make each Ignite better than the last and our 3 minute survey is just a click away. Thanks!

Ignite Seattle #34 – The Recap

Thank you to all of you who joined us last week for a spectacular SOLD OUT show at The Egyptian Theatre. We learned about the unusual history of volunteering, robots taking our jobs, death, sofas, pageants, birders, Seattle and so much more. Which talk was your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

Our sincerest hope is you had a great time and will spread the ideas of our speakers to your friends, coworkers and followers. And we hope you will join us for our next event. Mark your calendars: Ignite Seattle #35 is Thursday March 1st, 2018.

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Videos / Recap from Ignite Seattle #33

Thanks to all of you who joined us last night for another spectacular show at Town Hall Seattle. We learned about baby delivery, sex of salmon, weird side projects, polyamory, the soundtrack of our lives and so much more. Which talk was your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

Our sincerest hope is you had a great time and will spread the ideas of our speakers to your friends, coworkers and followers. And we hope you will join us for our next event. Mark your calendars: Ignite Seattle #34 is Oct 19th, 2017.

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You can view more of Ignite 33 Seattle photos here.

All of the videos are now live (Thanks to Bootstrapper studios). Please take a minute to share your favorites on all the interwebs (use #ignitesea).

Hope to see you at Ignite #33 on Oct 19th, 2017. You can volunteer to help or read about how to submit your own talk right now.

Videos/Recap from Ignite Seattle #32

Thanks to all of you who joined us last night for another spectacular show at Town Hall Seattle. We learned about our bodies, our spirits, our stuff and our wifi. Which talk was your favorite? Let us know and leave a comment.

Our sincerest hope is you had a great time and will spread the ideas of our speakers to your friends, coworkers and followers. And we hope you will join us for our next event. Mark your calendars: Ignite #33 is May 18th, 2017.

All of the videos from last night are now live (Thanks to Bootstrapper studios). You can watch individual talks or the entire show in one video.  Please take a minute to share your favorites on all the interwebs (use #ignitesea).

  1. Let’s Talk About Menstruation, Sara Gentzler
  2. A Gut Feeling: Microbiome and Mental Health, Hannah Thomasy
  3. Become a Wifi Ninja: Learn How to Fix Internets, Patrick McCanna
  4. Badass 3.0, Karen Johanson
  5. Being Uncomfortable Is The Only Way to Grow, Virginia Emery
  6. Storage Hacking (or how to hoard neatly 101), Beth FitzGibbon
  7. The Power of Wearing Your Pain, Bridget Foley
  8. How To Win A National Award, Stephanie Lucash
  9. Holy Shit – A New Way “To Go”, V Calvez
  10. How To Be Mad at Your Kids, Jenni Pertuset
  11. Obsession With Causality, Andrei Borodin
  12. It Takes a Village, Stephanie Carrillo
  13. A World For Every Classroom, John Krajewski
  14. Simulating The International ComMUNity, River O’Connor
  15. No, I Don’t Know Where To Buy Weed, Farris Holliday
  16. Why We Stopped Eating The Nasty Shit, Andrew Ho

Hope to see you at Ignite #33 on May 18th, 2017. You can volunteer to help or read about how to submit your own talk right now.