TED is my favorite conference of the year. It’s influenced a lot of what we are doing at our new project Akoha and is the highlight of my conference season.
I’ve arrived at TED and have been tracking who is on Twitter while at TED.
For my friends who are following my TED twitter feed, I thought I’d provide this list of other TEDsters who are Twittering. I don’t know how often I’ll be updating my blog while here, since there is so much great stuff to listen too & old friends to connect with.
But if you’d like to follow the TED discussions on Twitter check out the following list.
You can also track the Twitter conversation on Terraminds by following this link for those who are using the #ted hash tag protocol, or the general conversation about TED by using this link.
If you know of anyone else who is Twittering TED (in attendance @ Aspen or Monterey) just leave me a comment here, or direct message me on Twitter and I’ll be updating this list.
(List is in no particular order. Just friends who I know are here or in Aspen and then others I’ve found through Twitter search on Terraminds)
- Austin Hill (me of course)
- Alex Eberts (my partner @ Akoha)
- Evan Williams (Mr. Twitter himself)
- Mitch Joel (fellow Montrealer)
- Jeff Clavier (Angel Extrodinaire)
- Pierre Omidyar Ebay/Omidyar Foundation
- Loic Le Meur (Mr. Seesmic)
- Paul Kedrosky (VC, Media Darling and competing for worlds most prolific chart blogger)
- Josh Kopelman (First Round Capital)
- Rob Hayes (First Round Capital)
- Robert Goldberg
- Tara Hunt (Citizen Agency)
- Michael Parekh
- Chris Messina (Citizen Agency)
- Lars Hinrichs (CEO of Xing)
- Steven Levy (Mr. Newswekk)
- Andrew Anker (Mr. Vox/SixApart)
- Wil Shipley (Delicious Library)
- Tim O’Reilly (no intro needed)
- Steve Rosenbaum
- Bill HR
- Kate Trgovac
- Gia Milinovich
- Peter Wald
- Christopher Herot
- Tara (onepinktee)
- Josh Spear
- Jim Stolze
- John Moltz (Editor in Chief Crazy Apple Rumors)
- Bernard Room
- Andreas Weigend
Once again if you know of anyone else Twittering from TED let me know and I’ll be updating the list a couple of times a day.
You can also track the great blog posts from TED.com where the TED staff are blogging the conference.
Update: Chris Sacca (ex-Google, Twitter & Angel investor) is twittering TED conference.
Frank Jurden is also Twittering
PeterMe is also Twittering
Susan Bratton (who was great to meet in person) was also Twittering TED.
Enjoy your TED