As many of you have noticed, there are some new voices on the TEDBlog. Over the months to come, Chris and I will share this space with guest bloggers from the TED community, whose perspective and style we think you’ll enjoy. Starting us off is David Hornik, a contributor since December, who brought you such delightful finds as Don’t Put the Octopus in with your Sharks, and The Proper Way to Fold A Shirt — as well as more analytical entries. David is a partner with August Capital, and founder of VentureBlog. With his broad interests and boundless energy, he also may win the award for Most Prolific Source of Ted Speaker Ideas.
Our newest guest blogger, Diego Rodriguez, joined us this week with If Sundance had a long tail, and a promise of more posts to come. Diego spends his days at IDEO and also teaches at Stanford’s d.school. Like many of you, we’re fans of his blog metacool, and his column for BusinessWeek Online.
Welcome, David and Diego! We’re so glad to have you —