So what happened? Although the video of his talk was posted shortly after Ignite, it remained unlisted for 4 years, so no one could see it! On behalf of Ignite Seattle: I am sorry Forest.
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Now without any further ado watch and share Forest’s video.
Sarah Novotny‘s amazing Ignite Seattle talk on her identity crisis is a wake-up call to people on the treadmill of life making decision based on society’s expectations of who they are. Sarah reminds you that you are not your wallet, you are not your shape, and you are not your accomplishments. Then who are you? Watch Sarah’s talk to hear her story and to help discover yourself.
We were reminded of Sarah’s openness in her Ignite talk, when we saw her rocking the Google Cloud Next ’17 – Day 3 Keynote last week talking about Open Source innovations. Great job Sarah!
Amanda Saab gave her fantastic Ignite Seattle talk, I am Your Muslim Neighbor, almost a year ago. She touches on the wonderful accomplishments of American Muslim Women, how the Hijab is her feminist statement, how she won a MasterChef apron, and how food can bring people together.
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.
This Thursday (2/23) at 8:00pm is Ignite Seattle #32 – we’re thrilled to bring you another edition of the largest open submission public speaking event in the Northwest. We’ve sold out many shows in a row, as we consistently deliver a fun, challenging, fast paced evening of ideas, opinions and stories for your pleasure.
If you’ve never come before, or have missed a few, this is a great one to come check out.
Here are ten reasons to come to Ignite 30:
We are in Town Hall Seattle’s Great Hall, celebrating their 100th year. It’s one of the best venues for live events in our town (and their cash bar opens at 7pm)
Hate fighting with coffee shop wifi? Patrick McCanna will teach you all you need to know.
Have too much stuff and not enough space? Beth FitzGibbon will train you in storage hacking.
Trying to predict the future? Andrei Borodin will explore his (and our) obsession with causality.
Want to grow? Get Uncomfortable! Virginia Emery will explain how and why.
Do your kids make you angry? Get mad the right way, as Jenni Pertuset will teach us.
Do you have, and/or like, female body parts? Well Lets Talk About Menstruation! says Sara Gentzler.
The photobooth will be back – take pictures of friends old and new.
In his classic Seattle Ignite talk Make Art Not Content Scotto Moore will entertain you and educate you on internet art including what incents graffiti artists to create their masterpieces: the knowledge they have created a kickass piece of art.