Do you want to speak at the Buddhist Geeks Conference 2014?
Are you working, practicing, and/or playing at the convergence of Buddhism, technology, and emerging global culture? If so, we want to hear from you!
The Buddhist Geeks Conference 2014 is now accepting speaker submissions.
See below for easy instructions on how to submit your BG Live Talk (18-20 minute TED-style talk) proposal. Speakers will be selected based upon the interest they receive, both from community votes and from our BG conference design team.
We will select three speakers to present at this year’s Buddhist Geeks Conference, October 16 – 19, 2014 in Boulder, Colorado. Speakers will receive a complimentary ticket to attend the conference plus lodging during their stay with us at the Millennium Harvest House hotel.
Speaker submissions will close on March 31st. Selected speakers will be notified in April 2014.
We look forward to learning more about the compelling and creative work you’re engaging!
How to Submit Your Proposal
1. Create a 2-minute YouTube video that includes your talk title, description of your talk, and a brief biography.
2. Click ‘Add to list’ in the bottom right corner of the List.ly widget below.
3. Click ‘Item with link’ in the pop-up menu.
4. Enter the url to your YouTube video.
5. In ‘Item name’ type your presentation title, and in ‘notes’ include your name. When you’re ready, click ‘List it’.
6. Success! You should now see a pop-up menu with options for easy sharing on social media.
7. Your submission will appear at the top of the list.
8. Promote your submission to your network to significantly increase your chances to be selected as one of three Buddhist Geeks Conference speakers.
We look forward to receiving your proposal. Best of luck!
Buddhist Geeks Conference 2014
Want to speak at the Buddhist Geeks Conference October 16 - 19, 2014 in Boulder, CO? Speakers will be selected according to the interest they receive, so please vote for the speaker you'd like to see most at the BG Conference 2014. For updates on #bgeeks14 follow us @BuddhistGeeks
Here's my video submission for the Buddhist Geeks Conference 2014. I briefly cover my thoughts on imagining awakening beyond Buddhism, using a post-traditional framework. Enjoy!
Here's a two-minute video about my book, "Evolving Dharma," which is also what I'd like to talk about! - Jay Michaelson
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Video of Buddhist talk bvy MJ O' Cinnell