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January 25, 2007


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Cecil Vortex

if you're downloading the audio and you want the whole shebang, you can subscribe to TedTalks via iTunes.

Thanks for pointing this out, Joe -- looks like great stuff..... Downloading the whole shebang at this very moment,


Michael A. Banks

Good that this is available. Sponsors are needed, yes. But I don't think that making audio and video available after the fact would cut significantly into attendance. As you know, more than half the benefit of a conference involves interacting with people outside the sessions.

Bryan Gray

Not only will making these available help create a legacy of content, it will create buzz for upcoming sessions and per Mike will keep everyone engaged on the relationship building.


Joe Wikert

Yes, I think the fact that they've made all these talks available for the general public is outstanding. Putting them on their own website is one thing, but offering them in such a convenient manner on iTunes shows they're really trying to embrace anyone and everyone who's interested. Again, there's a lot for other conference hosts to learn from this...

Fat Publishing

Thanks for the article. I really enjoyed Mena Trott's talk, available here:

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