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Seattle Mind Camp November 5 and 6: I’ll be there

October 28th, 2005 · No Comments

One of the exciting events this fall so far has been watching Seattle Mind Camp come together. To quote the blog:

Seattle Mind Camp is a self-organizing, digitally minded, entrepreneur-driven, overnight Seattle confab. What happens when you put 150 of Seattle’s smartest geeks in an empty office building for 24 hours? We’re not sure either, but we’d like to find out. It’s time to meet and connect with those involved in the interesting projects going on in Seattle in a relaxed environment.



The organization began at the end of the summer, with a group of people desiring to see an event in the spirit of Foo/Bar Camp here in the Seattle area, as a way for locals to brainstorm and connect together. I wish I could have been more involved with the planning but all I did was allow Ted to attend some meetings both in person and via the phone. :-)

Due to popular request, I may present “Making Masks” again (please let me know if you’re interested). I’m also considering starting a discussion on technology and families, together with Ted (our first joint appearance!). See the Session Ideas page of the wiki for potential topics. If you are attending please add your ideas to the wiki page. Let’s start collaborating!

Thanks to everyone who has put in time, energy, effort and $ to help Seattle Mind Camp come into being. It is free of charge and promises to be lots of fun. The best is yet to come! We Leungs are looking forward to the weekend…More information here.

Update: In the process of writing this piece, I learned that Seattle Mind Camp is officially sold out! Congrats!

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