Well, this is the month.  This is the month that the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference comes to the United States.  If you are unfamiliar with the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference, the Founder of Biggerplate, Liam Hughes, describes it this way:

 Our “Unplugged” events aim to inform and inspire the mind mapping community, and provide a focal point for individuals and organisations to meet and discuss developments and innovation within the mind mapping world.

Biggerplate Unplugged Conference

The Biggerplate Unplugged Conference has already been to several European cities:

I have personally been waiting a long time for the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference to come to the United States.  I have known Liam Hughes for the many years and we’ve talked about the Conference coming to the United States.  He assured me that eventually the conference would make its way “across the pond”.

Well, Liam Hughes is a man of his word because in just 10 days from today, the first Biggerplate Unplugged Conference in the United States will take place in San Francisco, California!

I’ll also have an opportunity to share some of my thoughts on mindmapping as a speaker at the conference.  So, I am very excited about that!  But perhaps even more exciting than speaking at the conference is the opportunity to share and learn from other mindmappers.  A lot of us are aware of one another via the Internet.  But this is an opportunity to meet in person and share ideas.

I think this is going to be one of the best Biggerplate Unplugged Conferences yet!  Hope you can make it!

One Response to Countdown to Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco

  1. Jamie Nast says:

    Hi Chance – I look forward to meeting you in person next week at the Biggerplate event. Liam said today that we are really close to a completely sold-out conference! Jamie Nast

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