Two Speaking gigs – University of Baltimore and MIT

i quite like public speaking, especially when it is on topics i am passionate about.  I have two gigs coming up and i wanted to brag about them here.

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My charming and talented lover Bryonna at UB is organizing this first event.  My part of the presentation is just before the “cuddle in” part and while i will certainly talk about the basics of consent and why it is important, my real agenda is to use transparency tools and milling activities to build trust among these somewhat daring participants.

An earlier event is the workshop GPaul and i are doing at MIT on how intentional community and sharing technologies are the solution to Climate Disruption.

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About paxus

a funologist, memeticist and revolutionary. Can be found in the vanity bin of Wikipedia and in locations of imminent calamity. buckle up, there is going to be some rough sledding.

6 responses to “Two Speaking gigs – University of Baltimore and MIT”

  1. moonraven222 says :

    This sounds great–I plan to be at the MIT talk!

  2. moonraven222 says :

    How are you advertising? Is there a way I can spread the word on this?

    • paxus says :

      Dearest Moonraven:

      Really it is only being advertised by the students who are working with us at MIT, if you wanted to do any outreach beyond the campus that would be great. Thanks

      Paxus at Twin Oaks
      13 Temelin 3 & 4 are Dead

  3. marjibar says :

    This is awesome!!!! You are so inspiring, Paxo!! I want to be you when I grow up. Love, m

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