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Check out the new Seattle Mind Camp YouTube channel

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Sessions, Announcements

We just created a Seattle Mind Camp YouTube channel, and have started uploading a bunch of content from previous Mind Camp events. You’ll find recaps of a couple of past events, clips of interesting happenings, as well as a bunch of great sessions, posted in their entirety. We will continue pushing out great content from Seattle Mind Camp events, and we’ll have a bunch of great content coming out of Mind Camp 6.0, which is now just two weeks away. If you haven’t already, be sure to pick up your tickets!


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Video Spoof: Things that Happen at Mind Camp

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Activities, Aftermath

During Mind Camp 5.0, one of my favorite couples, Monica Guzman and Jason Preston, led the charge to create a quick spoof mockumentary showing what exactly goes on during a Seattle Mind Camp event. I think they nailed it - fairly realistic. Definitely worth watching!


Session Organizer Candidate Form

Posted by Stuart Maxwell Categories: Announcements

Get ‘em while they’re hot!  The Seattle Mind Camp 3.0 Session Candidate Organizer Forms are here!  If you’re planning on organizing a session this weekend, be sure to download the form, fill it out, and bring it with you to Mind Camp.  And, if you haven’t already, please read over the new session selection process.


Session Selection Process for Seattle Mind Camp

Posted by Stuart Maxwell Categories: Sessions, Announcements

Note: Some of you may have read this already when I posted it to the Seattle Mind Camp mailing list.  I wanted to repeat it here, in case there’s anyone who’s not on that list yet.

We’ve tried to address some of the challenges of the previous method of having everyone sign up on the Session Grid at once, while retaining the spontaneity and egalitarian nature of that process.  We hope this new process will have the benefit of, among other things, helping us to assign rooms of appropriate size to the more popular sessions, and to otherwise manage resources more efficiently.

For the impatient, here’s the quick bottom line:  keep an eye on your email for the release of the Session Organizer Candidate Form.  You’ll want to download that and bring it with you on the morning of Mind Camp, so that you can submit your session for consideration BEFORE opening remarks.  Sessions will be selected by a combination of popular vote and lottery; rooms and times will be assigned by the Planning Committee.

Details after the jump:

Click to continue reading Session Selection Process for Seattle Mind Camp


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