After four years of doing, it is a well-established traditional that I collate any blog posts reflecting on the day that I manage to find.
If you were moved by TEDxExeter to write a blog post, do it now! In previous years, people have been moved to start a blog. Go on…you know you want to!
If you have written a blog post, please tell us about it. Twitter works well. If you are one of the few that have written a post and told us about it – congratulations and thank you!
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Carina Ripley enjoyed the refocusing of the day away from ‘me’ to how to make the world a better place.
Our photographer James Millar reflects on the privilege of meeting and photographing the exceptional people that were our speakers.
The pupils of Exeter School enjoyed many stand-out talks.
It’s not a blog post, but the Dean of Exeter Cathedral incorporated reflections on TEDxExeter in his sermon on the following Sunday [only available for 4 weeks], the 4th Sunday of Easter.
Cool Earth featured the talk by their own Matthew Owen on their website, with a little bit of annotation.