The four sessions of TEDxGreensboro Talks are on YouTube. You can listen/watch at your leisure. Enjoy them for the first time or watch them again. The list of speakers includes Kip Blakely, Cyndi Briggs, David Fraccaro, Daniel Herr, Spoma Jovanovic, Josephus Thompson III, Preston Lane, Katherine Loflin, Katie Marshall, Troy McConnell, George Scheer, Justin Smith.
Join us for a webcast from Edinburgh Scotland for one day of the TEDGlobal conference. The webcast will be held in the Weaver Room of the Proximity Hotel.
TEDxLive is an extension of the TEDx program, launched by TED in 2010. TEDxLive events are TEDx events built around the live webcast of TED Conferences. TEDxLive events enable TED enthusiasts all over the world to experience live sessions of the TED Conference. Some are simple viewing events, and some host live speakers. REGISTRATION OPENS MAY 17. Click here for session and speaker information – choose the June 12 program.
The TEDxGreensboro talks are now on YouTube! Watch & listen at your leisure. Watch April 2013 TEDxGreensboro Talks on YouTube
TEDxGreensboro brings one day of TED Global to the Greensboro community via a LiveStream event on June 13, 2013. As a bonus the TEDx enthusiasts in our area, we’re arranging for a FREE day-long event at Proximity Hotel in Greensboro. … Continued
We have finally started coming down from the excitement of Greensboro’s first TEDx event. It was fantastic! You can check out the day’s events here. As awesome as TEDxGreensboro was, it could not have happened without amazing sponsors and support. … Continued
Inaugural TEDxGreensboro: Success! In 1984, TED set out on a mission to spread ideas. Not just any ideas, but ideas that could change the world. Since then thousands of TED talks and hundreds of TEDx events have been held in … Continued
Thanks for everyone who took photos – we have uploaded TEDxGreensboro to Flickr so you can enjoy – and re-live – the day. See the photos from TEDxGreensboro on April 16, 2013, on Flickr.
TedxGreensboro is a volunteer organization, As the folks at TED like to point out, they don’t do anything to put TEDx events on. They basically just lend their name and make some suggestions. That means that everything from picking speakers, … Continued