3 great ways for you to connect to TEDx Detroit tomorrow

The more we focus on good ideas coming out of Detroit the more they will happen.

Tomorrow is going to be a day full of the passion, energy and creative genius that is represented throughout our area. Normally I would tell you that you don’t want to miss it but I already know you will. At least live anyway and we are really bummed about that.

We’ve made the right moves to make sure we put ourselves back in the good graces of the powers of TEDx and are looking forward to another huge event next year. In the meantime here are 3 quick ways to get your fix of positive ideas worth spreading from Detroit.

Big thanks to our friends at Powerstream who are stepping up huge at the last minute to assure many more people can view it on this stream. As I write this I realize that we didn’t “enhance the gigs (GBs)’ coming out of the GEM so I hope the stream holds up.

If it doesn’t, you can most certainly follow along on Twitter using #TEDxDetroit and don’t forget to share a little #313Dlove. Our friends Derek Mehreban, his team at Ingenix and Heather Coleman-Voss will be tweeting away.

Join us for Apres X at 6 pm where we put the TED in the DET. The energy experienced during a day of TED talks is infectious. We would be able to light all 3 casinos for a year and the ideas shared will have attendees lit up like they just hit the jackpot. You can soak up this good juju by joining us at 6 pm at the GEM and hear past presenters, musical acts and celebrate with stories of the day.

October 26 will be another great day in Detroit and we hope you’ll be joining us however you can. A great place to start would be thanking our production team and sponsors for this years event.

Be connected-

Terry Bean

Ever wonder why I sign off with Be connected? Watch my 2009 TEDx Detroit talk called 6 degrees of connectedness.

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