TEDWomen

TEDWomen blog roundup: Round two

Posted by: Emily McManus

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It’s been three days since TEDWomen, and many thoughtful blog posts are appearing as we process the intense two days of 70+ speakers. Read our first batch of blogs and dive into this next wave:

Women’s Voices for Change blogs from TEDxBayArea‘s simulcast event. You can see video of the TEDxBayAreaWomen speakers here too >>

Carla Thompson shares what she liked and didn’t in a thoughtful post on Sharp Skirts >>

TEDWomen speaker Johanna Blakley writes about her experience onstage and shares her hopes for TED going forward >>

Liz from MotherWoman shares her conversation with TEDWomen speaker Tony Porter and further reflections on her prize-winning trip to TEDWomen >>

And a great recap of Halla Tomasdottir‘s TEDTalk: “Put On Your Red Shoes and Talk at TEDWomen” >>

Jessica Verrilli shares an edited tweet stream that picks up some quotable highlights >>

Sunita Basnet, TEDWomen speaker and World Pulse correspondent, gives a moment-by-moment recap of her experience and an important call: The conference is a good start to start a fight on talking about women’s ideas but it should not end here >>

Chinese Grandma shares a super-comprehensive post with recaps, snapshots and even a scorecard >>

Did I miss your blog? Comment below.

Photo: Michael Brands / TED

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