There are probably some of you thinking, “Who’s Ted?” Well, TED is not a who, but a what. TED is a website which displays short video clips about various topics from leaders in their fields. From science to technology, arts to entertainment, business to philanthropy, if you’re a leader in the field with new and interesting ideas, you’ve probably been interviewed by TED, and anyone can log on to the site and watch a clip.

Tomorrow, TED is coming to Tel Aviv. At the TEDxTelAviv Conference, to be held tomorrow in Jaffa, Israeli thinkers in the fields of science, technology, and green innovations, will speak, sharing their ideas with the world. According to an article in Globes, the TEDxTelAviv Conference will help “spread a list of Israeli ideas around the world via social networks.”

Here is tomorrow’s agenda.

Sound interesting? Well, being a social media conference, you can follow from home, anywhere in the world.
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TedxTelAviv
Twitter: http://twitter.com/tedxtelaviv
iPhone: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tedxtelaviv/id338527157?mt=8#
Simulcast: http://www.tedxtelaviv.com/simulcast-events/

Or, you can check back here for updates. David Saranga, formerly the Consul for Media and Public Affairs at the Israeli Consulate General in New York, and a consultant to the conference, asked us to attend, so that the Jewlicious family would be involved with the event. I, for one, am looking forward to hearing the new and innovative Israeli ideas presented at the conference.

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  • So dahliah, technically it’s not TED but rather TEDx – an independent event run in the style of TED and licensed through TED but not actually TED – which takes place once a year in Long Beach, California. I’m not saying this to detract from the event as the speakers, which I perused on my TEDx Tel Aviv iPod ap (very fucking cool btw), seem very, very interesting to say the least! Have fun and keep us updated!

  • Are these talks going to be streamed through the main TED RSS feed so I can watch them on my Roku? Or are they going to be on a different feed and have to watch them on my computer?

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