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Spend the next nine hours watching all of Big Omaha 2012 (Video)

Omaha July 6, 2012 by Michael Stacy Only 22 days until Big Omaha. Get your tickets before they sell out!

Video by Three Pillars Media of Lincoln. Post-production by Evolve of Des Moines.

With sweltering summer heat gripping the Midwest, the SPN meteorology team advises denizens of the Prairie to spend only sparing time outdoors. Instead, we recommend curling up in the cool of a climate-controlled environment in front of the web-enabled screen of your choice and enjoying our Big Omaha 2012 video playlist.

Earlier this week, we published the final couple videos in our Big Omaha 2012 Video Series. Recorded May 10 and 11 at Big Omaha, our annual conference on innovation and entrepreurship, the video series comprises 16 videos in all – an introduction from emcee Antonio Neves, talks from our 14 featured speakers and a question-and-answer session featuring four of those speakers.

All told, that makes for just north of nine hours and 14 minutes of Big Omaha goodness, and it's all packed into one playlist.

Now, sure, you could find other ways to while away the next nine-plus hours. You could embark on a Tour de Prairie — driving from Omaha to Des Moines to Kansas City and then back to Omaha — at a relatively low rate of speed. You could endeavor to complete an Ironman Triathalon — swimming 2.4 miles, biking 112 miles and running 26.2 miles — at a relatively high rate of speed. Or you could relive Big Omaha 2012 at a just-right rate of speed — your own.

 

About Big Omaha & Thinc Iowa, SPN Premier Events

Silicon Prairie News hosts two premier annual events, Big Omaha in May and Thinc Iowa in October. Both events bring together entrepreneurs, innovators, creative individuals, investors and others for a lineup of inspiring speakers, a schedule of unique networking opportunities and a community of support.

To sign-up for alerts regarding Thinc Iowa, which will take place Oct. 10-11 in Des Moines, visit thinciowa.com

 

Credits: Photo of Karnjanaprakorn by Malone & Company / Big Omaha.


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