We assume you’re all glued to [insert platform of choice] following election news, so we’re switching things up this week with an extra large dose of Individual Actions & Distractions. Let’s take care of ourselves and each other.
The sea.citi Team
- Register for TECH.elect — sea.citi, New Tech NW and Create33 are bringing together tech leaders to discuss the outcomes of this historic election and how they might affect you, your work, and your community. NEW SPEAKER ADDED: Matt Oppenheimer, Co-Founder & CEO, Remitly Monday, November 16, 5pm
- Come Down from the election, Saturday, November 7, 11am
- Play What Came First?
- Color famous paintings
- Throw a party — a puzzle party
- Move your body and make a gif
- Draw and get AI to guess your doodle
- Sing like Freddie Mercury
- Be an astronaut
- Look at these beautiful cows (and other farm animals)
- Click through distractions from the NYT
- Embrace conflict by turning towards each other
sea.citi Roadmap to Recovery Series
NEXT WEEK: Join us for a conversation with Carlos Del Valle, Executive Director of Technology at Seattle Public Schools, about how SPS is using technology to navigate pandemic school closures, plan for the future, and prioritize students who are furthest from educational justice. Thursday, November 12, 12:00-12:30pm. REGISTER NOW
ICYMI – WATCH THE EVENTS!
- Cuc Vu, Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs
- Alex Rose, Office of Arts & Culture
- David Keyes, City of Seattle Digital Equity Manager
- Patty Hayes, King County Public Health Director
- Michelle Caulfield from Seattle’s Office of Sustainability & Environment
- Kendall Hodson from King County Elections
- Abel Pacheco from Sound Transit