We’re excited to announce the Ignite Ann Arbor 7 program for Thursday October 25th!
You can follow our speakers quickly from this twitter list.
How to Fly an Airplane (in 60 seconds)
Andy Fowler – @andyfowler
Awesome New World
Greg Austic – @austiclabs
Dynamic Design: The Wild World of Japanese Movie Posters
Jeremy Wheeler – @JeremyWheeler
Five Ways to Figure Out if Your Startup is the Next Google
Maya Ben Ari
Put ‘Em Up: Home Food Preservation
Cynthia Hodges – @momskitchen
My Duty as a Mature Adult (haha I said “duty”)
Steve Schwartz – @jangosteve
Don Kline – @DonDoesIt
Brian Ralph Short – @andessurvivor
– I N T E R M I S S I O N –
Lucid Dreaming: Questioning Reality
Annie Wolock – @a2annie
Adam Kempa – @adamkempa
Hacking Education: How Hackers are Helping the Next Generation
Dana Nelson – @DanaHeibai
Are You The Next Mad Men?
Evelyn Chou – @evyfindstheway
Publish Early, Publish Often
Kevin Dangoor – @dangoor
Scrubbed: Space, Florida, Disappointment.
Peter Baker – @ptrbkr
Spread the Warmth, Save Lives
Grace Hsia – @GoGettingGrace
Power and Change through Burlesque
Evelyn Hollenshead – @thetickledfancy
September 27, 2012 1 Comment
The preliminary Ignite 5 Program is now available!
Ignite 5 will be held February 9th at 7pm during Global Ignite Week at Blau Auditorium. Register now!
We had 34 great submissions and it was *very* difficult putting the program together. Talks are selected by the Ignite organizers with the goal of creating a diverse, but balanced program of talks of general interest to the community that can complement each other.
Some former Ignite speakers have applied multiple times with multiple ideas before finding the right fit amongst a cohort of serendipitously complementary talks, and we rely on people in the community stepping up to the mic and telling us about their passions. If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to apply for the next Ignite!
January 25, 2011 No Comments
We’re really excited to announce the Ignite Ann Arbor 4 program! Please RSVP at Eventbrite to reserve your seat.
The Story Collider: Science and Storytelling
Peering into Reality and Listening to Neurons
Timothy Marzullo – @
Moving Toward a World of Open
Emily Rodgers – @
Nayan Hajratwala – @
Let’s Get Dense
Kristen Schleick – @
Do Breadboards Dream of Electric Jam?
Evolving for Fun and Profit: The Genetic Algorithm
Theodore Belding – @
Matthew Shlian – @
INTERMISSION – Music by Juice!
The Future of Freeform Radio in an On Demand World
My Journey with Insects … Bugs … and Terrestrial Arthropods In General
Megan Torrance – @
Roller Derby in Ann Arbor
Samantha deGeus – @
Woodward: A Great American City Hidden in Plain Site
Andrew Basile – @
Having a Great Time in Bed
Erik Hofer – @
What can you do in 54 hours?
Nancy Xiao – @
A Brief History of Exponential Growth
I Pass Gas Out my Bunghole
Patti Smith – @
Post-Party at The Blue Leprechaun!
Don’t forget to RSVP at Eventbrite to reserve your seat.
September 24, 2010 No Comments
Ignite 3 is 7pm March 4th – RSVP Today!
How to Kill a Mastodon
Jim Gilligan – primitive1_at_chartermi.net
Food Here Now
Jeff McCabe – panchobush_at_gmail.com
Natural dyes: The movement towards smaller, slower, & sustainable
Kim Demick – kimdemick_at_gmail.com
Movies by Radio!
Suzanne Fischer – @publichistorian – suzannef_at_thehenryford.org
Welcome to Lunch
Edward Vielmetti – @vielmetti – edward.vielmetti_at_gmail.com
Keeping it Simple … Beating the big guys at building EVs
John Harding – john_at_currentmotor.com
Why Your Representative is Obsolete
James Borda – james_at_mopedog.com
A2 Fiber. A Faster 5-Minute Talk.
Derek Mehraban – derek.mehraban_at_gmail.com
Running with Lasers
Mike Gould – mgould_at_mondodyne.com
– BREAK –
Building the World’s Most Popular College Football Blog
Brian Cook – @mgoblog – mgoblog_at_gmail.com
Matthew Oishi – kenjirooishi_at_gmail.com
The Singularity is Near
Anthony Oliver – @anthony_oliver – email_at_anthonyoliver.net
Home Funerals: Caring for your own dead
Merilynne Rush – msh.rush_at_gmail.com
An Introduction to British Slang
Darren Landrum – @dmlandrum – dmlandrum_at_gmail.com
Massive Molecular Bandwidth, Naturally
Alexander Honkala – @ToasterSunshine – Alexander.Honkala_at_gmail.com
Leave Some for the Fish
Elizabeth Riggs – eriggs_at_hrwc.org
Bolognese: You’re Doing it Wrong!
David Zuidema – dczuidema_at_gmail.com
February 16, 2010 1 Comment