This section is still in development--ignore below.
After you have registered, please introduce yourself to the other Summitarians:
Please send a 150-word write-up about your
background, interests, and passions (similar to the
speakers' and panelists' bios).
Once we have received your information, you will be
sent the passwork for the networking area where you can see what others have written about themselves (see next step).
Instead of giving you a list of who was at the Summit
after the event, we're both publishing the roster of attendees on the website before before the Summit (in a special password protected area that only other Summitarians can access) and in the Handbook that will be given to you upon arrival.
Listed are all participant's names, organizations,
cities, states and email addresses (we won't list phone numbers on the web to protect your privacy). When you first view the list, please check that your data are
listed correctly and email any changes to email@example.com.
We will list phone numbers in the Handbook, so if you
have any private numbers you don't want published
(that you may have listed on your registration form),
please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will suppress them.
Password protection helps keep your email address secure
from web crawlers. If you want to phone people,
please email them and ask for their number.
Your first access to the webpage requires your
agreeing not to use any data for mailing lists or other
Use the link at right "Participant Networking
Area" to access the list.
Step Three (optional):
To make networking even easier, we
will also publish your writeup in the Handbook (please put your name, any degrees
you want shown, and your city and state on the first line.)
You may submit for publication in the Summit Handbook, up to a page (500
words) describing your vision for making bonding and
attachment priorities in N. America and how your participation in the Summit
might help fulfill it. Include what you have to offer
other Summitarians and describe any projects of yours
that can enhance bonding and attachment in North America.
Summit Bookstore (optional--Summit2 bookstore policy not yet confirmed):
If you are an author of a book, audio, or video,
please submit the title, author, publisher, and ISBN number
by (INSERT DATE), and from whom it is available to our
bookstore manager so we can stock it. If your book(s) is/are not readily available through
wholesale channels, or the deadline has passed, please bring
copies with you for consignment sales.
Fragrance Free Zone
Out of respect for those who are
chemically sensitive, please do not wear any perfumes,
colognes, or essential oils on the grounds.
Being Present for the Whole
We know people like to come late
and leave early, but this would be very disruptive to the
intensive process of the Summit. Please arrive no later than
6pm on Thursday and stay through the closing ceremony at 3
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