We are finalizing the speaker list for the next Ignite Seattle very soon.
It is going to be awesomesauce people!
Here are four of the fantastic talks:
- Baugruppen: communal dwelling sans granola Michael Eliason
- How I got 150 old tires, a 20 foot tall Marky Mark, and an intergalactic BeatMaster in my driveway Roxanne Fonder Reeve
- 8 Things I Wish I’d Known About Polyamory (Before I Tried and Frakked It Up) Cunning Minx
- “You play in the dirt while I’m on the phone.” A dad’s guide to Seattle playgrounds. Ray Dubicki
Get your tickets now:
Do you self-identify as an introvert? Does the thought of networking make you cringe? This week’s throwback Thursday is for you! Adam Phillips (the lawyer with the glowing badge) shares a helpful analogy in his 2013 talk, Networking: the RPG (Or Everything I Need to Know About Networking I Learned From Playing D&D).
Do you wish there was a better way to commute in Seattle?
Mark Selander loads, launches, and lands a hilarious pitch for Commutapult, Seattle’s first surface to air to surface lifestyle and commuting system.
Are your taxes done?
Is your Ignite Seattle 33 talk submission done?
If yes, treat yourself to this tasty morsel from Shawn Murphy.
It is an oldie but a very yummy goodie 🙂
The live experience of attending our events is a special thing. We know that people who come, and even speakers, can have a hard time explaining what Ignite Seattle is. It’s more than presentations. It’s more than storytelling and community. It’s more than a fun night. It’s…. MANY GOOD THINGS.
To help solve the problem, we’ve made a short video that tells the story. We hope you like it enough to share it! Kudos to Bryan Zug for putting this together.
Do you know that 78.9% of people who submit a Ignite Seattle talk are encouraged to do so by a friend? Well if so please share your data because that is a just an estimate based on what we hear 🙂 Seriously, encouragement is sooo critical for many people to tell their story about their passion, a hard lesson, an insight or idea that is important for others to hear.
We encourage you to encourage a friend to submit a talk idea
We encourage YOU to submit a talk idea… that idea floating around in your head wants to be told and we know you are the best person to tell it.
You will be awesome!
The crowd will cheer!
You will be so glad you did it!
The next Ignite Seattle is Thursday, May 18th at Town Hall and the talk submission deadline is Friday, April 14th at midnight.
Don’t delay encourage and submit a talk idea today 🙂
Here is great advice for getting accepted at Seattle Ignite
Matthew Inman gave an Ignite Seattle talk when his famous web comic (www.theoatmeal.com) was just a year old and already getting 5 Million unique users a month. Woah.
He explains how you can get millions of people to read your website, if that isn’t your jam his talk is still good for lots of laughs with a trip through memory lane of his early work. He will also explain why when he dies he wants to come back as a pig.