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Wednesday, about 25 people spent the day (or part of their day) at Columbus College of Art & Design sharing in the plethora of ideas from TEDGlobal.

We heard about “Everyday Rebellions” ranging from an Anti-extremism activist, Maajid Nawaz to turning your privacy into artwork with Hasan Elahi. “Emerging Order” was illustrated by sand artist Joe Castillo. Comedian, Robin Ince entertained and informed us about “Future Billions.” And we were introduced to “The Dark Side” with the first ever computer virus by cybersecurity expert, Mikko Hypponen.

We would like to thank everyone who joined us for the live viewing. And a special thanks to CCAD for hosting the event. We look forward to our next opportunity to share, follow, and fuel ideas in the city of Columbus!

We wanted to be sure to share one of the first talks that have been posted on TED.com. Enjoy this little taste of TEDGlobal with Rebecca MacKinnon. Enjoy!

 

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Join us for one full day of viewing TEDGlobal The Stuff of Life. Wednesday, July 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. (see full schedule below). Columbus College of Art & Design has generously agreed to host this free viewing event in the Canzani Center’s Multi-Purpose Room (2nd floor).

Live from Edinburgh, Scotland, TEDGlobal is one of TED‘s primary conferences taking place this year. With speakers from all over the world and topics ranging from Bodies to Future Billions, these talks are sure to open your eyes and expand your thinking.

Due to the time difference, we wanted everyone to be aware of OUR schedule of how we will broadcast the talks (click the session name for a complete list of speakers). In other words, don’t try to use the TED schedule to know who is speaking when.  We’ll do this with a combination of live and 3-hour tape delayed broadcasts:

8:30 – 10:15 a.m.: Session: Future Billions

10:15 a.m – noon: Session: Dark Side

Noon – 1:00 p.m.: Lunch Break

1:00 – 2:15 p.m.:Session: Bodies

2:30- 3:45 p.m.: Session: Emerging Order

You are welcome to join us for any part of the day, but we encourage you to stay for at least one whole session. There is no fee to attend but we would love to know that you are planning to stop by for part or all of the day – let us know by clicking here.

Special thanks to Denny Griffith and Ron Saks at CCAD for opening your doors and space to us, again.  We are grateful for your ongoing partnership!

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