David Zoltan, the organizer for tomorrow’s TEDx Michigan Ave event here in Chicago, published an article yesterday at the 2AMt blog which examines his work taking the event from idea to launch. It’s a good post that also goes into a bit more detail about what each of the 13 speakers will be talking about…
I face this Saturday’s event with a sense of hope and awe at the power of what can happen when we allow ideas to flourish in one of the greatest incubators of ideas that we have in the modern age. After all, many TED videos get watched by millions. If just one of the 13 TED talks on Saturday sparks someone into action, we could change the industry forever.
How cool is that?
I’m putting the final touches on my talk today and I’m very excited to cover the topic of labor relations. I’m equally excited to hear the other dozen speakers and for those of you who aren’t able to be in Chicago to attend in person, I’ll be live blogging the entire event here at Adaptistration via Cover It Live which means you’ll not only get to follow everything in real time but you’ll also be able to send comments/questions.
Overall, it will be a very interactive experience and if they’re willing, I’ll even recruit some of the other speakers (maybe even some of the participants) to sit in from time to time throughout the day as a guest live blogger.
To participate, all you have to do is stop by Adaptistration tomorrow, everything you need will be waiting for you right in a special Saturday post. The live blogging window will be up and running from 9:00am to 3:30pm CT, except during scheduled breaks.
If you are in the Chicago area and haven’t picked up a ticket yet, what are you waiting for?