Ignite Seattle 6 Schedule

by Brady on April 27, 2009

in Seattle

Ignite Seattle is this Wednesday, 4/29, at the King Cat Theatre. Ignite is free. We’ve got a great line-up of speakers. Here’s the evening’s schedule:

7PM – Doors Open

7:30 PM – Paper Tower Contest Begins – Build the tallest tower you can out of just 5 sheets of paper and tape (See Details)

8:30 – First Set of Talks
Hillel Cooperman (@hillel) – The Secret Underground World of Lego
Dawn Rutherford (@dawnoftheread) – Public Library Hacking
Roy Leban (@royleban) – Worst Case User Experience: Alzheimer’s
Shelly Farnham (@ShellyShelly) Community Genius: Leveraging Community to Increase your Creative Powers
Dominic Muren (@dmuren) – Humblefacturing a Sustainable Electronic Future
Jen Zug (@jenzug) – The Sanity Hacks of a Stay At Home Mom
Ken Beegle (@kbeegle) – Decoding Sticks and Waves
Maya Bisineer (@thinkmaya) – Geek Girl – A life Story
Scott Berkun (Scottberkun.com)- How and Why to Give an Ignite Talk

9:45 PM – Second Set of Talks
Scotto Moore (Scotto.org)- Intangible Method
Secret Guest Speaker from Ignite Portland
Mike Tykka – The Invention of the Wheel
Jason Preston (@Jasonp107) – Goodbye Tolstoy: How to say anything in 140 characters or less
Chris DiBona (@cdibona) – The Coolness of Telemedicine
Ron Burk – The Psychology of Incompetence
Katherine Hernandez (@ipodtouchgirl) – The Mac Spy
Jamie Gower JamieGower.com) – I Am %0.0002 Cyborg
Beth Goza (@bethgo) – Knitting in Code

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ankur kakkar April 27, 2009 at 12:23 pm

hey, i am sure ignite seattle 6 is going to be a great event. i am eagerly waiting to hear what maya bisineer will talk about…

good luck to everyone..

Roku April 27, 2009 at 5:11 pm

How does one “register” to attend? or is it a first come first serve thing?

Josh Kopel April 28, 2009 at 9:14 am

It is first come, first served.
Come at 7:00 if you want to join a team for the challenge!

NerdRage April 28, 2009 at 8:49 pm






John DeRosa April 29, 2009 at 11:41 am

Does the theater have wifi?

Brent April 29, 2009 at 3:45 pm

Hey is this going to be streamed live on the web?

I’m so bummed that I can’t make it!

Randy Stewart June 10, 2009 at 9:24 am

We didn’t stream live, but videos will be posted here on the site in the coming weeks. For now, though, you can check them out on YouTube.

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