Ignite Boulder. ~Ryan Wanger

Via on Sep 1, 2010

After selling out back in June, Ignite Boulder is back for another event at the Chautauqua Auditorium this Thursday, September 2nd (tickets still available). If you haven’t been before, Ignite is an incredibly fun night of 5 minute presentations oozing with humor, education, nerdery, and community. Below are a few of my favorite presentations from past Ignites:

Dan Viens explains why you are the most important person in the world:

Josh Fraser tells us why we are scared of the wrong things:

Not sure just how big a googleplex is? Let David Walton explain:

Sari Levy opens the door to a new type of alternative energy:

David Mason translates the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air into Medieval English:

If you’d like to see more videos, you can find them on the Ignite Boulder Youtube channel.

Ignite happens in cities all over the world and, believe it or not, Boulder’s is the largest. Get your tickets before they sell out.

Ryan Wanger writes about local and organic food at The Reluctant Eater and is the Community Manager for Boulder startup Everlater, a place to record, share and discover travel experiences.

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One Response to “Ignite Boulder. ~Ryan Wanger”

  1. Dan Viens says:

    Huge thanks for including my spark in your list here. Since moving out of Boulder I get both excited and jealous when Ignite time rolls around. Boulder has it on lock. It is such a great local event.

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