TEDxExeter http://tedxexeter.com Ideas Worth Spreading Mon, 03 Aug 2015 18:39:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Videos of TEDxExeter 2015 talks go live! http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/09/videos-of-tedxexeter-2015-talks-go-live/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/09/videos-of-tedxexeter-2015-talks-go-live/#comments Tue, 09 Jun 2015 22:04:31 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com/?p=6098 “Brilliant”, “thought-provoking”, “a feast of learning”, “you can hear people thinking”. These are some of the comments that were flying around the Twittersphere during April’s conference. With a line-up that was arguably the best yet, the day was full of ideas worth sharing.

If you didn’t manage to get a ticket, prepare to be moved, inspired, challenged and amused as talks from this year’s TEDxExeter conference go live online today for anyone to enjoy. If you were there on the day, you’ll know what we’re talking about. The talks are available alongside the TEDTalks we screened during the day on the website, and you can also view the Video playlist on Youtube.

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Harry Baker – Performance http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/harry-baker-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/harry-baker-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:50:52 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5954 Watch the video of Harry Baker’s performance at TEDxExeter 2015.

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TED Talk – Andrew Solomon – How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-andrew-solomon-2/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-andrew-solomon-2/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:40:15 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5953 Watch Andrew Solomon’s TED talk, screened at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Peter Randall-Page – Theme and variation in nature and culture http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/peter-randall-page-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/peter-randall-page-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:30:38 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5952 Watch the video of Peter Randall-Page’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Kieron Kirkland – Make magic and influence people http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/kieron-kirkland-video2/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/kieron-kirkland-video2/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:25:46 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5951 Watch the video of Kieron Kirkland’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Michelle Ryan – Work-life balance: balancing time or balancing identity? http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/michelle-ryan-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/michelle-ryan-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:20:13 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5950 Watch the video of Michelle Ryan’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Sara Hyde – We need to talk about prisons http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/sara-hyde-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/sara-hyde-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:15:47 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5949 Watch the video of Sara Hyde’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Jenny Sealey – Sidelined http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/jenny-sealey-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/jenny-sealey-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:10:14 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5948 Watch the video of Jenny Sealey’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Kieron Kirkland – Performance http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/kieron-kirkland-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/kieron-kirkland-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:05:54 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5947 Watch the video of Kieron Kirkland’s performance at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Beth Barnes – Effective altruism http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/beth-barnes-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/beth-barnes-video/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 00:00:28 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5945 Watch the video of Beth Barnes’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Dick Moore – Dancing or drowning in the rain? http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/dick-moore-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/dick-moore-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:55:43 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5946 Watch the video of Dick Moore’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Celia McKeon – Reimagining security http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/celia-mckeon-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/celia-mckeon-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:50:48 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5944 Watch the video of Celia McKeon’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Karima Bennoune – A video update http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/karima-bennoune-video-update-2/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/karima-bennoune-video-update-2/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:45:05 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5943 Watch the video update from Karima Bennoune, screened at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Chetan Bhatt – Visions of a future without origin stories and identity myths http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/chetan-bhatt-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/chetan-bhatt-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:40:00 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5941 Watch the video of Chetan Bhatt’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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TED Talk – Eric Whitacre – A choir as big as the Internet http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-eric-whitacre-2/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-eric-whitacre-2/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:35:56 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5942 The video of the TED performance of Eric Whitacre’s virtual choir, screened at TEDxExeter 2015, is available on TED.com.

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Clive Stafford Smith – My father, mental illness and the death penalty http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/clive-stafford-smith-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/clive-stafford-smith-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:30:09 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5940 Watch the video of Clive Stafford Smith’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Carmel McConnell – Can we end child hunger in the 6th richest economy? http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/carmel-mcconnell-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/carmel-mcconnell-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:25:55 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5939 Watch the video of Carmel McConnell’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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TED Talk – Candy Chang – Before I die I want to… http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-candy-chang-2/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-candy-chang-2/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:20:03 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5938 Watch Candy Chang’s TED talk, screened at TEDxExeter 2015.

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Rachel McKendry – Going viral: the digital future of public health http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/rachel-mckendry-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/rachel-mckendry-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:15:53 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5937 Watch the video of Rachel McKendry’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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TED Talk – Will Marshall – Tiny satellites show us the Earth as it changes in near-real-time http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-will-marshall-2/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/ted-talk-will-marshall-2/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:10:52 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5936 Watch Will Marshall’s TED talk, screened at TEDxExeter 2014.

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Matthew Owen – Cool Earth: saving rainforest a village at a time http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/matthew-owen-video/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/06/01/matthew-owen-video/#comments Sun, 31 May 2015 23:05:45 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5935 Watch the video of Matthew Owen’s talk at TEDxExeter 2015.

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TEDxExeter 2015: Great Hall, team… and much more! http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/20/tedxexeter-2015-great-hall-team-and-much-more/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/20/tedxexeter-2015-great-hall-team-and-much-more/#comments Wed, 20 May 2015 20:18:39 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com/?p=6294 Images by Bethan Hellier from Macular Collective and by James Millar. More photos are available in the full set on Flickr. The images can be downloaded under Creative Commons, but they still require acknowledgement one of the following as appropriate: © Bethan Hellier/Macular Collective/TEDxExeter; © James Millar/TEDxExeter or Images by James Millar.

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Lessons from the livestreams http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/14/lessons-from-the-livestreams/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/14/lessons-from-the-livestreams/#comments Thu, 14 May 2015 11:42:24 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com/?p=5875 TEDxExeter was the first event we were able to livestream. We made high-definition live feeds available to events at specific locations, and the opportunity was seized upon enthusiastically by Exeter Library, the Police, several of our sponsors, many schools and other organisations in Exeter. There was also a public standard-definition feed available globally on our website.

The following is quite long, but we hope it will be useful and ideas-provoking for any organisations considering getting involved next year.

Who watched and where?

Exeter Library streamed the whole day to ticket holders, hosted by Rupa from TEDxExeter. This was the only livestream event open to the public. TEDxExeter provided Before I Die boards and pledge cards as used at the main event. Tickets were free, the capacity was 80, and all were taken. But experience shows that people tend not to value what is free, and unfortunately several did not turn up.

#TEDxExeter standing by at police HQ...

#TEDxExeter standing by at police HQ…

Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police held a joint event, streaming the whole day live to 100 senior managers at Middlemoor. They were very appreciative and found “real value to us in taking part”. They “clapped all the speakers” and “kept a good sized audience until the end despite many 2 hour journey times to travel on a Friday night”. They also used the Before I Die boards and pledge cards, and found they worked well even though “our culture is by nature not quick to partake in such activities”.

TEDxExeter alumnus Alberto Arribas arranged for the day to be streamed at the Met Office. Staff were able to pop in and out during the day, as work allowed.

Sponsors Southernhay House streamed the day at their hotels in Exeter and on Burgh Island. It was mainly watched by staff, but the story was “the abundance of ideas and energy in Exeter and Devon” so “streaming was a very good adjunct to the live stage and if it becomes part of the experience I think will enhance the brand and us as a city of ideas.”

St Peter’s School used the feed in classrooms, and set up a venue for parents and staff to drop in and watch. During the day, they reported: “Great stuff so far! 250 Year 10 GCSE English students in classes watching TEDxExeter. 50 visitors to our venue and other classes engaged across the school. Before I Die board has been filled 4 times and there’s post [pledge card] in the TED box!” They typically showed a talk then discussed it in class. For example, one teacher wrote “we discussed why free breakfasts are so important and they were really surprised that so many people they go to school with could be going hungry every day. I think it made them think about what they take for granted”. Another teacher said “the students and parents I chatted with clearly really valued this opportunity”. And the students cheered when St Peter’s was mentioned in the introduction to the day!

Teachers at Exeter College also used the talks in specific classes, engaging in the region of 200-400 students. They also set up a live lounge for watching in the afternoon.

In Exeter School, “There was ‘rotating’ audience watching the livestream in our sixth form common room throughout the day, and they [an estimate 30-40 viewers] appeared to be fully engaged and absorbed with many of the speakers and films.” A few teachers also used the talks in specific classes, with about 50 students.

St Loye’s Foundation were a late entry. They had a hub room for people to dip in and out, and some staff took the day off to watch from home, and were in email contact through the day. At at ony time, 5-10 people were in the hub, and 20-40 watched altogether. Although they loved the event, they “could have had better group viewing had we organised it in a less rushed manner at our end”.

The Civic Centre streamed the event in one room all day and invited people to dip in. They wanted to keep it simple and gauge interest, so this time did not use the Before I Die boards or pledge cards. They probably had somewhere between 10-30 people watching.

The standard definition feed was hosted on the website of our sponsor Websites Ahoy! as well as on the TEDxExeter website. We could not provide a feed on a website with advertising, so the Express & Echo provided a link to TEDxExeter.com. In total, the feed pages received 672 visitors during the day. Our feed provider, First Sight Media, reported viewers from 37 countries, including the US, Iraq, Nepal, India and Qatar.

How did it work technically?

The high-definition feed worked well in most locations, with few technical issues. St Peter’s and Exeter School reported brief buffering occasionally during the day, but the feed was otherwise smooth and excellent quality. The main exception was the Library, which used a wifi connection also available to the other Library users, and lost much of the first session to buffering. It improved when switched to standard definition, but the feed really needs a cable connection.

St Loye’s said “it all worked really well on our Big Screen!” Southernhay House also said it “worked fine on our TV”. Exeter School queried the lighting of the speakers, especially the hosts introducing the sessions, but recognised that “the ambient lighting in our chosen location was not perfect for such a projection”.

The Police “invested in hiring a big screen, projector and sound system and the experience was surprisingly true to being there. We utilised the breaks well and I used music and photo slide shows to keep some atmosphere in the room we served refreshments.”

St Peter’s added: “The interactive stuff was great too especially the chalk [Before I Die] board.”

Any other thoughts for next time?

The general view seemed to be that it was really good to get together to watch and discuss the talks, whether for the whole day or just to focus on one or two talks. But several thought they could make even more of the opportunity in the future.

For example, the Police said: “Having a group of just our staff worked really well to build relationships and create a pretty unique shared experience. That said we would happily consider having others in future… We are really keen to explore future options.”

St Peter’s thought it would “be great if we can make this an annual event and grow it with more time to plan it into our calendar.” Exeter School made a good point about how their staff needed more information in advance to assess whether it would be appropriate to use teaching time to watch each talk. But they now know that “there were many talks that staff would like to have used” and may well use the videos when they become available shortly.

St Loye’s joined up in the week of the event, so had little time to plan. In the future they would like to link up their different offices and in Exeter organise the day as a group activity similar to the events run in the library etc. They would make it a ‘St Loye’s listening experience’, and advertise it to attract more customers to the streaming.

And finally, Southernhay House suggested: “I think it’s a very fertile avenue and one that should be drip fed into coffee houses, hotels, clubs, SMEs [small businesses] specifically in Exeter.”

What did the punters think?

I collated the Twitter response to the main event at the Exeter Northcott Theatre elsewhere. Here’s the reaction to the livestream.

At Exeter Library…

@ExeterLibrary All ready to go at the Exeter Library live stream event of @TEDxExeter. We are thrilled to be hosting such an event.

@rupachilvers And we are watching from Exeter Library live steam with our wonderful #TEDxExeter guests. Looking forward to the day.

@lesley_hedgerow #TEDxExeter it’s all going well from Exeter library

@ExeterLibrary We’re back in situ for @TEDxExeter second half to begin. *waves* #TEDxExeter

The Police…

I spotted six Twitter accounts publishing some very interesting tweets about the event at Middlemoor.

@DC_Police We have #TEDxExeter being live streamed into police HQ today – ‘taking the long view’ – lots of thought provoking content

@DC_Police #TEDxExeter DCC Bill Skelly kicks off the event at police HQ – ‘now is the time to take the long view’ for policing UK

@nickcloke Shout out given to the 100+ police leaders from @dorsetpolice and @DC_Police taking part in #TEDxExeter. Exciting agenda #StrategicAlliance

@ACC_Operations #TEDxExeter D&C police breaking the mould and hosting a TED event. Interesting speakers on a range of issues .

@tanyacroft1 Looking forward to today’s live stream of #TEDxExeter. Hoping to be inspired!

@InspCostin At HQ waiting for #TEDxExeter to start. Looking forward to listening to some very inspiring speakers.

@nickcloke .@coolearth Some parallels for us in policing. How do we help empower communities to improve things for themselves long-term? #TEDxExeter

@DC_Police #TEDxExeter ‘taking the long view’ what does that lead to…kids arrive late, can’t concentrate & poor behaviour – hungry kids is not just!

@DC_Police #TEDxExeter Clive Stafford Smith says we should understand people & mental health to try & prevent things happening in the future – so true!

@DC_Police #TEDxExeter we need to prioritise & embed social & emotional learning into education-UK has seen 300% increase in self-harm in last 10 yrs!

@InspCostin At HQ #TEDxExeter event. Great quote ‘labels inhibit ability to create new identity and new narratives’. So true.

@RuralOfficers Great to meet our colleagues from Dorset police at the coffee break #TEDxExeter #police

@DC_Police #TEDxExeter amazing & inspirational talks – Jenny Sealey asks ‘why are deaf & disabled people considered second class citizens’ – yes, why?

@DC_Police #TEDxExeter Sara Hyde talks about prison-what is justice-are we willing to talk about lives behind people in prison

@RuralOfficers Have found today very inspirational, thank you.  Good luck to the London marathon Harry Baker #TEDxExeter

‏@tanyacroft1 Fantastic day – thank you to all the #TEDxExeter speakers – I need to digest it all over the weekend now!

@DC_Police the end of a fantastic day of inspirational talks- ‘taking the long view’ – together we CAN make a difference – thank you #TEDxExeter!

And a nice response from the Twittersphere…

@WolfClose @DC_Police how great to see that you are engaging with #TEDxExeter Are you working with relational justice? It’s eye opening set of talks

At St Peter’s School…

@PLHexeter Loved TEDxExeter today. @TEDxExeter can we use the Before I Die boards in Heavitree Pleasure Ground?

At St Loye’s Foundation…

‏@stloyes W were delighted to have been 1 of 5 organisations who had a live feed to the recent @TEDxExeter conference #Exeter

And on the interwebs…

@JhenArlo Production Team TEDxExeter! These guys are so professional! My mum and grands watched from St Lucia- clear as a bell!

@WolfClose #TEDxExeter we all have the power to influence education. We must find ways to do so. Powerful speakers. Thanks for the live stream.

@Alice_Hutchings Thought- provoking talks this morning from #TEDxExeter by livestream

@friendlyseagull @TEDxExeter Thank you for the live stream!

You’re welcome!

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Another million http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/14/another-million/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/14/another-million/#comments Thu, 14 May 2015 09:26:24 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com/?p=6001 Congratulations to Scilla Elworthy, whose talk on “Fighting with nonviolence” has now been watched more than 1 million times on TED.com!

“How do you deal with a bully without becoming a thug? In this wise and soulful talk, peace activist Scilla Elworthy maps out the skills we need — as nations and individuals — to fight extreme force without using force in return. To answer the question of why and how nonviolence works, she evokes historical heroes — Aung San Suu Kyi, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela — and the personal philosophies that powered their peaceful protests.”

Subtitles are available in 31 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Persian, several Far East and Southeast Asian, and many European languages.

Also, at the time of writing,

The videos of the talks at TEDxExeter are just being finalised before being uploaded. We hope they’ll be available in about a week.

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TEDxExeter 2015: Before I Die… http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/06/tedxexeter-2015-before-i-die/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/05/06/tedxexeter-2015-before-i-die/#comments Wed, 06 May 2015 11:30:08 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?p=5932 Images by James Millar. More photos are available in the full set on Flickr. The images can be downloaded under Creative Commons, but they still require acknowledgement using either of the following: © James Millar/TEDxExeter or Images by James Millar.

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It’s like falling off a blog http://tedxexeter.com/2015/04/28/falling-off-a-blog/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/04/28/falling-off-a-blog/#comments Tue, 28 Apr 2015 18:35:40 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com/?p=5867 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!

Your starters for 10

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.

and…

It’s not a blog post, but the Dean of Exeter Cathedral incorporated reflections on TEDxExeter in his sermon on the following Sunday, the 4th Sunday of Easter.

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Twitter twadition http://tedxexeter.com/2015/04/28/twitter-twadition/ http://tedxexeter.com/2015/04/28/twitter-twadition/#comments Tue, 28 Apr 2015 18:20:23 +0000 http://tedxexeter.com/?p=5857 Thanks everyone for tweeting before, during and after the event. Here is my traditional round-up of Tweflections on the day.

It was really, really good…

@ExeterCX A big thank you to @TEDxExeter for putting on a great programme, entertaining and massively informative. Many moving & inspiring stories.

@CarinaRipley #TEDxExeter was really, really good http://carinaripley.weebly.com/blog/tedxexeter

@jphedge Big thanks to @TEDxExeter team and speakers. One of those rare moments in life where the hype absolutely matches expectations.

@sethhonnor Thanks to @ClaireKennedy24 and all the @TEDxExeter volunteers for a brilliant day yesterday #IdeasWorthSpreading spinning around in my head.

@honeyscribe Had a day full to the brim with sparkling positivity @TEDxExeter huge thanks to @ClaireKennedy24 & the team for such an inspiring day.

@MrMattYoung Hey @TEDxExeter thank you. I laughed, I cried. I was inspired and I was annoyed. Awesome day #TEDxExeter #BeforeIDie

@Mr_John_Harvey_ .@TEDxExeter Thank you for an incredibly thought-provoking day… Brilliant – & often very moving – speakers… #TEDxExeter

@tricityvogue Feeling an emotional wreck after yesterday’s @TEDxExeter – so many brilliant ideas to absorb, so many powerful emotional journeys. Phew!

@thehallexeter We’re told everyday how greedy, violent and useless human beings are. @TEDxExeter reminds us how much humanity we really all do have.

@IAmEricMoeller Fantastic day at #TEDxExeter yesterday. Thank you to the great speakers and organising team.

@MURAND99 Wholeheartedly agree,  It was a thought provoking and well-organised day. Well done to all on the @TEDxExeter team.

@thehallexeter Congratulations to @ClaireKennedy24 and the entire @TEDxExeter team. Gets better every year. Videos of talks @ http://tedxexeter.com/ soon.

‏@vinesworks Inspiring, humbling, compassionate, thought provoking day @TEDxExeter.  thanks, what a great team ? @Devon_Hour

@chivpolis @TEDxExeter Thanks for a slick/professional and absorbing day. Very well done !

@Exeterlearning @SidcotSchool had a brilliant time @TEDxExeter

@MkMeghjee @TEDxExeter was so inspiring and thought provoking today. Totally worth missing a day of revision!

@Ju_Summerhayes Thank you @TEDxExeter for a wonderful day. Insightful, thought-provoking and great organisation. #tedxexeter

@danmcivor Great day @TEDxExeter Thanks to all who volunteered and organised it. Progressive veggie-only catering for 400 delegates too!

@sue_cade @TEDxExeter thank you for a stunning, thought-provoking programme and such brilliant speakers #greatday I’m so glad I came! #TEDxExeter

@WCKfood @TEDxExeter Thank you for a great day full of ideas. Excellent programme & v happy to round off with the amazing Harry Baker. #inspired

@Sarah_L_Vickery Thank you the amazing @TEDxExeter team,you provided a brilliant experience & I have again been inspired into action

@robjglover thank-you @TEDxExeter again for a brilliantly thought provoking day #tedxexeter now my brain is mush!

@benking01 Incredible day @TEDxExeter. Thank you to everyone involved. Imagine watching 20 @TEDTalks in a row. That! #TEDxExeter

@TEDxTotnes Wow! #TEDxExeter you can hear people thinking! Inspiring #TakingTheLongView

@WesNeary Having one of the most mentally stimulating work days in a long time watching #tedxexeter some difficult questions being addressed.

@Mr_John_Harvey_ Loving the #BeforeIDie boards at @TEDxExeter… #TEDxExeter #TEDx #Exeter

…because the speakers were really, really good…

@Mizz_Moneypenny Really enjoyed @TEDxExeter, so much to reflect upon from fab speakers. Harry Baker’s words sum it up “everyday(‘s) potentially adventurey”!

@sue_cade @kieronkirkland Enjoyed your two spots at @TEDxExeter on Friday, illuminating!

@Di_ITPR Fantastic day at @TEDxExeter yesterday – think my head and heart might explode! Stand-outs for me @ChetanBhatt1962 @MagicCarmel & DickMoore

@Ju_Summerhayes @TEDxExeter @ExeterNorthcott my favourite talk. She [Beth Barnes] was awesome. #TEDxExeter

@MartinKelman Peter Randall-Page’s paints hung either side of the @TEDxExeter stage. Taps into the beauty and complexity of life

@thehallexeter Thank you @harrybakerpoet for your @TEDxExeter performance. Born in London, educated in Bristol now owned by Exeter. You can never leave.

@MartinKelman @TEDxExeter after the first two sessions I told my wife that I was an emotional wreck, then Dick Moore started I was gone again More tissues

@lisychka @ChetanBhatt1962 I learned so much from you today. Thank you. #TEDxExeter

@MrMattYoung Hi @MagicCarmel I really enjoyed your talk today #TEDxExeter Your humour really struck a chord as does your purpose #inspired

@benking01 .@harrybakerpoet Really enjoyed your #westonsupernightmare performance at the end of #TEDxExeter today. Best wishes for the marathon!

@MrMattYoung Hi @MagicCarmel I really enjoyed your talk today #TEDxExeter Your humour really struck a chord as does your purpose #inspired

@ShinyShoeClaire Thanks @TEDxExeter for a great day. Brilliant talks by @MagicCarmel @CliveSSmith @GraeaeJennyS @harrybakerpoet @shellkryan #TEDxExeter #ff

@benking01 One speaker @TEDxExeter DID reference #TakingTheREALLYLongView! Peter Randall-Page – ‘Theme & Variation in #Nature and Culture’ #TEDxExeter

@ShinyShoeClaire Quote of the day & made me grin: imagine the fun you’re having. And then add the feeling of fleece. #TEDxExeter @harrybakerpoet

@pforphyllis Smiling and laughing the whole way throughout Harry Baker’s slam poetry. Such a talented and funny guy! Perfect end to #TEDxExeter

@paultrueman74 Astonishing performance by @sarakhyde. Powerful theatre, hardcore data crunching and a powerful vision. Make her PM. #tedxexeter

…and the speakers enjoyed it too…

@kieronkirkland Massive thanks to the @TEDxExeter team and especially @ClaireKennedy24 for inviting me to speak at such an amazing event! #TEDxExeter

@MagicCarmel @MrMattYoung Thank you, glad you enjoyed it. Felt honoured to get to talk about @magic_breakfast as part of today’s fab line up. @TEDxExeter

@harrybakerpoet Inspiring day of talks at @TEDxExeter – if anybody would like to sponsor the marathon effort my page is http://www.virginmoneygiving.com/LondonHarrython  #2DaysToGo

@isenseIRC Heading home after an inspiring day of talks to take action against the most pressing global problems #TedxExeter #takingthelongview

@sarakhyde Reapplying eye makeup after talk on 500,000 children who start the day hungry from @MagicCarmel. @RichardWatts01 – one for you? #TEDxExeter

…as did the sponsors…

@AnTech_Ltd We were so proud to sponsor @TEDxExeter! What a wonderful, thought provoking day, enjoyed by all! #TakingTheLongView

@WilkinsonGrant “@TEDxExeter: A HUGE thank you to the #TEDxExeter 2015 sponsors @WilkinsonGrant @StephensScown  @kidhelios & @StormpressExe ” A privilege

@ExeterCollege Pleasure! @TEDxExeter: A HUGE thank you to the #TEDxExeter sponsors @DPT_NHS @ExeterNorthcott @SunGiftSolar @dacors & @ExeterCollege

@WebsitesAhoy .@TEDxExeter Thank you to you too! A great day. @EgremontGroup @SouthernhayHome @AnTech_Ltd @jtmillarphoto

@jtmillarphoto A great day, many thanks to you too @TEDxExeter @EgremontGroup @SouthernhayHome @WebsitesAhoy @AnTech_Ltd @tricityvogue

@SouthernhayHome @TEDxExeter @EgremontGroup @WebsitesAhoy @AnTech_Ltd @jtmillarphoto It was real #fun, let’s do it #alloveragain! #2016 #keepintouch

@StephensScown @TEDxExeter truly inspirational stories.  We might need to grab some tissues before the next session starts #TEDxExeter

…not to mention the team, the volunteers and the tech guys

@DYGolden Brilliant, insightful day yesterday filming at @tedxexeter maculacollective https://instagram.com/p/15a4enrGf0/

@Tom_Coleman_ Pete doing his thing at @TEDxExeter yesterday. Great day with the @MaculaC team. #vasw 

@pforphyllis Got to know the core team & the volunteers of #TEDxExeter a bit better at the after-party. Glad to have worked with a group of inspiring ppl

@EdBird_EN @TEDxExeter What an awesome day, such a pleasure working alongside you all – especially this one… @sarahbird86 😉

@tricityvogue Massively inspired by @TEDxExeter today and hugely proud of the brilliant photography by @jtmillarphoto

@Exeterlearning @TEDxExeter loved every minute of it. Thank you for letting me play xx

@dr_hobson I had a fab time today volunteering. Looking forward to next year @TEDxExeter 

@tobit_e Another great #TEDxExeter, a real privilege to be part of, and to livesteam was awesome, albeit (speaking as a cameraman) slightly stressful

@MaculaC Successful day filming for @TEDxExeter today! Thanks for letting us work with you, we all really enjoyed it!

@Slanketlover I have just had the privilege to be part of something really special. An amazing day. #TEDxExeter

@firstsightmedia Some really interesting stuff going on at @TEDxExeter today! Check out our live stream via http://tedxexeter.com/livestream/ . #TEDxExeter

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