Ignite Portland 13 proposals

We are currently accepting proposals for IP13, to be held November 2, 2016 at OMSI.

If you had five minutes to talk to Portland what would you say? What if you only got 20 slides and they rotated automatically after 15 seconds? Launch a web site? Teach a hack? Talk about recent learnings, successes, failures? Fill out the form to submit your talk. We are looking for talks that will inspire and teach, not recruiting or product pitches.

Timeline:
• Wed Sept 21 - Deadline to turn in your talk submissions
• Wed Sept 28 - Ignite selects speakers & invites them to participate
• Monday Oct 3 - Selected speakers must confirm participation by this date or we will invite other proposal submissions to participate

Submitted Speaker and title

09/22/2016

Julie Williams — How Buying Nothing Changes Everything

Lillian Karabaic — Get on your Red Shoes and Finance the Blues

09/21/2016

Drew Anderson — 2020 Vision - You, your bots.

Jessica M. Frey — From 0 to Dancing in 300 Seconds (a.k.a. 5 minutes)

Logan Kleier — 4 Reasons to Bootstrap Not VC Your Startup

Laurie Ann Silberman — What Now?

09/20/2016

linda resca — For the Love of Care-giving

Clarissa Littler — Is Physics Computable or: Can I 3D Print a Galaxy?

Kimberly Ficklin — Food as Medicine: Is poor cellular nutrition the true cause of degenerative diseases?

09/19/2016

Evan Dumas — Have You Ran Out of F#cks to Give?

Selena Maestas — Panic, Pressure, and Pinterest

Mo Nishiyama — Enjoy the Silence

09/18/2016

Simon Tam — 5 Life Lessons Learned from Touring in a Punk Rock Band

09/17/2016

Charlie Levenson — Basic Rules for Success in Development and Business

George Mandis — A Year Like Any Other (Just Somewhere Else)

09/15/2016

mason west — Everything I know about Experience Design I learned from Magic: The Gathering

Sophia Treyger — 3 Keys to Being a Radical Pleasurist

Tyler Sticka — The Best Video Game Console You (Probably) Never Owned

08/23/2016

Greg Dunlap — Brinn Bockjävel

Henry Abel — Top Five Reasons Why Every Responsible Parent Should Immediately Buy Their Teenage Daughter A Motorcycle.

Carolynn Duncan — Life Lessons, as a Mzungu in Kenya, Africa