IGNITE SAN FRANCISCO #9
March 27, 2014 8pm
Ignite is a night of speedy presentations. Speakers get 5 mins, 20 slides, and the slides automatically advance. People share their interests and passions. Enlighten us, but make it quick. There are 17 great speakers, with a wide range of interesting topics. Dancing, Corpses, Biking, Bras, and more. Its going to be an awesome show at Brava Theater!
Speakers for Ignite # 9 are:
Sarah Harrison - The Ridiculously Complex World of Bra Sizing
Gary Belvin - Security wisdom: What Central Asia taught me about digital humility and courage.
Karen X. Cheng - Girl Learns to Dance in a Year
Jenny Rooke, PhD - 23 and We: Consumer DNA Testing
Katie Zhu - Four Down
Robin P. Zander - What Works for Autism Can Work for You
Jacob Solomon - People, Not Data: What I learned on food stamps (no, not the usual things)
Marcin Wichary - The curious life and the prolonged death of IBM AN/FSQ-7
Schuyler Erle - The History of the Size of the Universe
Thor Muller - Worldbuilding, A Primer
A.T. Lynne - Picture This!
Eric Anderle - How to Not Get Hit by Cars, Pt. 1: The Right Hook
Danielle Leong - Corpse Party Bugs
Liam Holt - Resurrection of Ancient Proteins
Paul Salazar - Why you should see an Eclipse
Kevin Smokler - Movie Setting and What They Tell Us.
Patrick McGrath - Online Dating 101: Revealing how dating sites work and the matching algorithms behind them