The Golden Stallion takes Keenevention again in 2015!
While I’ll certainly be announcing this on my show Sovryn Tech, as well, I’m happy to announce here on the ZOG Blog that I will be returning to Keenevention this year (Oct. 30th to Nov. 1st, 2015) to host the “Tech Panel”!
If you don’t know about Keenevention, in brief, it is a more activist-focused liberty convention. The only speakers you’ll see are people that are REALLY making things happen in the Free State Project here in New Hampshire. No so-called “big names” that get flown in from their ivory towers of mere intellectual brouhaha, or that engage in useless “national efforts”. No, no…the speakers at Keenevention are activists in New Hampshire that have some serious chops and have earned real liberty “street cred”. It’s a crowd I’m honored to work with at Keenevention 2015.
The last two years have been fantastic with the “Tech Panel”, and this year I’ll make sure is no different. While I’m still lining up who will be on this panel, I can confirm that the lovely and hyper-intelligent Dr. Stephanie Murphy will be on with what are sure to be other great panelists! A panel sure to titillate you!
And this year I am also particularly honored since it has been confirmed that I am THE ONLY host from Keenevention that has been asked to return every year since Keenevention’s inception! All thanks to Ian Freeman for this, and for his recognition of my efforts in educating people about the freedom (or lack thereof) that can come from science and technology, and for his appreciation of my particular brand of activism.
Keenevention really is one of my favorite events of the year, and the attendees are very gracious and interactive with all involved, which is exciting compared to the many events where attendees seem to just sit with glassy eyes and mouths agape. It’s clear to me over the past couple of years that those that make the effort to attend Keenevention from all around the world are people of a more active flavor. And I’m more than happy to reach out to people that really want to make things happen, either on a local level or on a personal level. I can’t wait for the event this year.
I hope you can make it to Keenevention 2015, too.
Find out more and get tickets at keenevention.info!