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March 8, 2007

TED Talks — Now open to all



People pay $6,000 to attend the annual TED (Technology Entertainment Design) conference, which began yesterday in Monterey, California.

Now Chris Anderson, TED's major domo, has decided to open the doors to the secret kingdom and let anyone watch online or download edited highlights from the conference presentations.

As of this past Monday's (March 5, 2007) New York Times Business section front page story about the conference, "the talks have been viewed 5.5 million times by 2 million people."

Chalk up one more.

March 8, 2007 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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