Hear ye, hear ye! By the order of King Scott and Derek (our Fool), it has been decreed that voting for CMEpalooza Spring abstracts is officially open.
Our apologies in advance to residents of both Iowa and New Hampshire – we recognize that that the nation has pandered to you because of the extra value of your votes in the presidential primaries, but here in the democracy that is CMEpalooza, everyone gets to vote at precisely the same time. Funny how that can work so well.
We received 16 submissions for our Spring meeting from faces both old and new, so thank you for everyone who took the time to come up with creative ideas for potential sessions. As always, it’s an interesting mix of topics and concepts.
You can view descriptions of all of the submitted abstracts on our Poll page.
Here is how the voting process works.
- When you open up the Poll page, you’ll first see the poll with all of the abstracts that are available. Scroll down until you get to the first session listing.
- Take a close read through all of the sessions. Be sure to rub your chin and say, “Hmm… interesting” a few times as you peruse the options.
- Come up with your top 5 session choices that you’d like to see on the agenda for CMEpalooza Spring
- Scroll back to the top of the page where we have the poll itself
- Vote for your faves
It’s really quite simple. Even someone who supports Donald Trump can figure it out (sorry, I couldn’t resist).
But anyway, voting will remain open for one full week, closing at 9 a.m. ET on Tuesday, Feb. 9. You can only vote once per device. The sessions that get the most votes will be included on the CMEpalooza Spring agenda. No delegates, no recalls, no controversy.
For those of you wondering about the voting for our Pecha Kucha session, so as to avoid confusion, we’ll keep you in suspense for another week before unleashing our plan to select participants for that session.
Let the jousting begin!