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InnoEco is giving away three tickets to October's IDEAS Boston conference

Posted by Scott Kirsner  September 28, 2011 08:16 AM

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Screen shot 2011-09-27 at 9.24.09 PM.pngIf your life could benefit from a day of mingling with some Big Thinkers, you're in luck: the organizers of the annual IDEAS Boston conference have given me three passes to the upcoming event to give away to Innovation Economy readers.

IDEAS Boston started in 2004, with a goal of highlighting leading-edge thinkers across all disciplines, and this year it is being held at UMass-Boston for the first time. Speakers include documentary filmmaker Chico Colvard, entrepreneur Nathan Ball of Atlas Devices, Museum of Fine Arts curator Elliot Davis, Creative Commons founder Lawrence Lessig, and education economist Bridget Terry Long. It takes place on October 20th, and individual tickets cost $250. (Student tickets, and tickets for people who work for non-profits, can be had for $100.)

If you'd like to win one of three passes, just e-mail me or tweet me with the speaker you're most eager to hear from, and why. To e-mail me, just click my name in the column at right ("About the blogger"), or send a Twitter message to @ScottKirsner. I'll choose the three most thoughtful, funny, or passionate messages I receive by Monday, October 3rd at noon.

Good luck, and I hope to see you there...

(In the interest of full disclosure, the Boston Globe is a media partner for the event, and I serve on the IDEAS Boston advisory board. The Globe created the event in 2004, but no longer manages it.)

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