Ignite Fort Collins #15
Rescheduled For October 25, 2013! Tickets Now Available!
There will be 14 presentations with an intermission. Six presentations are selected based on user voting. The remaining presentations will be selected by the Ignite Fort Collins Team based on a number of factors including diversity of topics and speakers. Our goal is to choose talks that are interesting, educational, thought-provoking, and engaging.
The event will be on a Friday. We’re also renting out the BIG theater in The Lincoln Center… so that means more seats available! We had 423 in attendance for Ignite Fort Collins #14.
In by popular vote:
1: How do you want to be remembered? – by Justin Morgan
2: Tough people cry… – by Mat Basquez
3: Why We Need to Adopt Not Shop – by Mary Roberts
4: The Myth of Multitasking – You’re Not Being as Productive as You Think You Are – by Darrin Sharp
5: The 4 jobs that every person should have – by Josh Schuler
6: Reinvention Intention – by Susan Larson
Selected by the Ignite Fort Collins team:
7: From Darkness to Hope – by Bruce Daugherty
8: High Capacity Magazine Bans – Do They Work? – by Tim Bessler
9: How bowties became me – by Judd Farner
10: Crawlorado: The Road Less Travelled – by Jay Wilson
11: How to Ruin Your Kids in 10 Easy Steps – by Rene Dunnagan
12: How I killed my Friends Cow – by Hamidah Glasgow
13: Trash Talk – Waste to Energy – by Phil Schwolert
14: Liberal Arts Degrees that Aren’t Useless in Science Fiction – by Alison Baumgartner
15: Brains, Memory Loss, and Zombies – by Rachel Wynn
16: Mel Brooks Defined the political Class – by Greg Baker
Alternates In Order Of Precedence: (in if someone bails)
Alt 1: Money Can’t Buy Me Love – by Leif Olsen
Alt 2: One Second – by Zach Mercurio
Tickets are required and are $10 through August, so buy them early. September 1, the price rises to $15 per ticket. Your ticket includes access to free beer provided by our beer sponsor, after it’s gone there is a cash beer bar available. The event sells out almost every time, so mark your calendar…
Lincoln Center Performance Hall
Doors open at 6 PM. Presentations at 7 PM. Get there early or miss out on free beer and great music!