TEDxAsheville Event Will Feature Live Streaming Video/Audio, Blogging, Tweeting
Photo Credit: Ariel da Silva Parreira
The 2009 TEDxAsheville event will feature a live Twitter feed, live blogging, live streaming and a live internet radio simulcast. (When we talk about “Ideas Worth Spreading,” we really take that spreading part seriously!)
Check out the links below to follow along virtually if you can’t make the show – or even if you can – we’re totally into the meta experience.
TEDxAsheville live blogging and tweeting will be provided by Brian Beaudet (@agilesg) Paul Van Heden (on Twitter @brainshrub and Facebook) and Summit Jaffe. (@tedxavljr). Join us online for the full-contact TEDxAsheville live-Twitter experience.
[Other TEDxAsheville Twiterati-in-general to follow include me @sonipitts, Asheville's own Edgy Mama (Anne Fitten Glenn) @edgymama, our organizer-in-chief Jennifer Saylor @JSFW, our head cat-herder Wallace Shealy @wshealy and our beloved webmaster Jose Ibarra @h0zae - if I've left anyone out, feel free to drop your Twidentity in the comments section.]
Live streaming video will be provided by the crew at MountainXpress. (Have I mentioned before just how much we love these guys? Seriously, they so rock.) www.mountainx.com,
Internet Radio Simulcast:
AshevilleFM (Asheville Free Media) will be live-casting TEDxAsheville over their internet radio station. You can listen in at http://ashevillefm.org. Is that cool, or what?
Soni Pitts, a TEDxAsheville Organizer
This event is not being organized by the TED conferences — this is an independently organized TED event.