The TED Site is Awesome

There’s not many sites (particularly blogs) that I’ve found which consistently put out great material that I enjoy, but I’ve gotta say, has been doing a great job for the month I’ve been reading it.

I’ve never previously heard about it, but there’s a big conference held every year in Monterey, CA. called TED (Thinking, Entertainment, Design) with different speakers, guests yadda yadda…..but this conference has some of the most genuinely interesting stuff I’ve seen, and on a wide scale of subjects.

I keep a track of the TED Blog everyday, and would highly suggest checking out the ridiculously interesting TED Video Archive which contains some pretty amazing speeches by some pretty amazing people. They are each almost 20 minutes long, so I watch about one a day. I’m very impressed at the professional level these speeches have been filmed, so it’s like you’re at the speech itself.

Just thought I’d share!

Blog posted on: October 12, 2007

7 comments on “The TED Site is Awesome

  1. Anonymous

    I went to the TED archive site and looked at the photo’s and the titles and I can honestly say that I would have to be paid to attend.

    -Mike O’Connor

  2. Carlin

    I’ve seen 3-4 TED speeches since youve posted this, and I would like to thank you very much for posting this. It has been said that knowledge is crack to a 16 year old name Carlin. This tool is very knowledgeable as I enjoy listening to people making speeches.

  3. Marshall Middle

    Yeah, Nev
    Noah from Okdork (another great site) showed me the TED. The video of him dancing the classics is priceless.

  4. Anonymous


    Thanks for the TED site link. Really valuable.

    Please keep on posting (as well as making money) and don’t get annoyed by the “Anon” distracters
    who are stalking you.



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