This is an open Pearltree for curating TedX in San Francisco. Anyone that likes is welcome to request to join this team (all requests will be granted).
Please add content related to the TedX SF event including videos from the event itself, tweets about the presentations, background information about the presenters and even blog posts related to the event after it's done.
If someone shoots great photos of the event and attendees please add those too! Jun 4
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Posted by Tom Foremski - June 5, 2011 I've been to several TEDxSF events but the most recent one felt like a breakthrough event because of the mix of people and talks, plus the new venue. The event was sold out with about 650 tickets for the Yerba Buena location, a larger theater than the Academy of Sciences, where it used to be held. The mix of people was eclectic as always. There were at least two or three talks where I wished for the return of the old Vaudeville stage hook, or maybe a remote controlled trapdoor. Most of the rest of the talks were interesting, intriguing, and some were even brilliant.
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