Who's blogging TED2008 and TED@Aspen?

Posted by: Emily McManus

Here’s the list so far — and if you’re blogging your impressions of TED2008 or TED@Aspen, photoblogging, Twittering, … drop an email to contact (at) ted.com and we’ll add you to the list:

+ The mighty Ethan Zuckerman live-blogged every sessions of TED2008 in Monterey at … My Heart’s in Accra.
+ TED’s European Director, Bruno Giussani, live-blogged here on the TED Blog and on his own blog, LunchOverIP (and look for his digests on the Huffington Post)

+ Nikhil Bhojwani is distilling each TED speaker into one line at Ted Talks in One Line
+ TED’s Music Director, Thomas Dolby, blogged about the day’s music on ThomasDolby.com
+ Don of FifthCulture has a group TED blog called Kings of Simulcast — check out the groovy poster.
+ Mitch Joel is blogging and Twittering
+ Eman’s Views is blogging from TED@Aspen, with photos
+ Tom Guarriello is posting video commentary
+ Jordan Ayan’s Marketing with Technology and More will focus on TED for the next four days
+ Harald Fegner will be “not live-blogging but constantly-blogging and twittering TED from my Europe perspective” at Red Fez
+ Howard Wright is musing from TED@Aspen
+ Jim Stolze is writing from TED@Aspen in Dutch, Twittering (and guest-posting here)
+ Tim Girvin (he designed this month’s “Free!” Wired cover) is blogging on design from TED@Aspen
+ Tara Whittle is blogging and Twittering from TED@Aspen
+ Joseph Riggio at BlogNostra is writing from TED@Aspen
+ Jack Abbott writes LIveFromAspen
+ Lew Moorman from Rackspace is blogging at TED@Aspen
+ Phil Gilbert is musing on business practice through the TED@Aspen lens at Perspectives in Process
+ Tara Hunt is tweeting
+ James Grant writes on design and process from TED@Aspen
+ M.A. from L.A. is teaching meditative breathing at TED@Aspen and blogging at SpaceSuitYoga
+ Robb Smith blogs from TED@Aspen at Integral Life
+ Sarah Heal blogs at Desire Lines
+ John La Grou blogs from TED@Aspen at Microlesia — look for his interesting analysis of TED attendees by religion
+ Lib Gibson is blogging post-TED
+ Follow TED on Twitter here >>
+ Conde Nast Portfolio’s Spottings blog has frequent updates
+ Mark Frauenfelder at BoingBoing did a bit of live-blogging
+ Sherry Strong (inventor of the Al Gore Rhythm) blogs from Monterey
+ Alan Saracevic is blogging from Monterey for the SF Chronicle‘s Tech Chronicles.
+ Christopher Herot Twitters and blogs

More blogs
Josh Spear
Megabyte Mike
Michael Parekh
Steve Gundrum’s Noteworthy
Michael Cerda at Cerdafied
Bernard Moon at Silicon Moon

– Research by Dan Schermele and Matthew Trost

Comments (12)

  • Dominique Jaurola commented on Mar 19 2008

    I’ve finally told my TED@Aspen story on my blog ‘far other worlds’ http://dominiquejaurola.wordpress.com/2008/03/19/tedaspen-2008/
    it is rather long……

  • Christopher Herot commented on Mar 5 2008

    I was twittering from Monterey and am now blogging about my enlightening week there.

    Twitter: http://twitter.com//cherot
    Blog: http://herot.typepad.com/

  • Emma Eloise commented on Mar 4 2008

    So what are we going to do about the Bees? I think that is a most paramount problem. I have read that the bees are being affected by the monumental cell phone usage. Scientists have noticed that wherever cell phone towers go in, the bees immediately start disappearing. Are we going to pay attention and figure this out before its too late? If we dont have bees, we wont have food to eat. And not just us, but every other plant or animal eating species on the earth. The disappearance of the honey bee is something we should be extremely alarmed about. and it it means getting rid of cell phones, then we should get rid of cell phones. No bees, no life on earth.

  • jack fox commented on Mar 3 2008

    Why is TED inaccessible? There are many solicitations to give up my email. Is TED a one-way street? But there is this blog; I am suspicious of organizations that have gatekeepers.


  • Alan Saracevic commented on Feb 29 2008

    My stuff can be found at http://www.sfgate.com/blogs/tech … The Tech Chronicles is the SF Chronicle’s tech blog

  • Tara Hunt commented on Feb 29 2008

    I’m live tweeting it here: http://www.twitter.com/missrogue

  • Sarah Heal commented on Feb 29 2008

    Sarah Heal is blogging from TED@Aspen : deriving personal meaning and actions

  • jack abbott commented on Feb 29 2008

    here’s another one, this from a previously “virgin” blogger:

  • Frank Jurden commented on Feb 28 2008

    Follow the ted2008 twitter meme at http://hashtags.org/tag/TED/

  • Scott Mattoon commented on Feb 28 2008

  • Austin Hill commented on Feb 28 2008

    Hi Emily,

    We’ve got a list of people who are Twittering TED up on my blog. Feel free to include it in your list. I’ll be updating as we find & add more Twittering TED attendees.


  • Mitch Joel commented on Feb 27 2008

    Still grappling my way to Monterey. Looks like a 2:00 arrival on-site. Austin Hill will also be twittering – http://www.twitter.com/austinhill. Feel free to connect via twitter :)