TED organisers, please chill out
I infer he is obliged to do the radio broadcast because the organizers want him to do it.
Last edited by paranoid24 (March 7th, 2013 08:21 AM)
Paranoid I don't know what you mean. He's just blowing the whistle on a bad experience.
They take $16 million from the audience plus sponsor money and for the ticket price of $8000 the audience need access to the speakers so that's OK, but it just sounds like the organisers have to chill a little.
Last edited by blissed (March 8th, 2013 02:54 AM)
I thought he went to the radio show as part of the conference, but he's only commenting on his experience there. The subject of his talk looks really interesting. It's on youtube.
Last edited by paranoid24 (March 12th, 2013 05:29 AM)