Photos courtesy TED and Tuttle members @documentally, @lloyddavis, @benjaminellis and @freecloud

 

TEDxTuttle 2  is Go!

Book for TEDxTuttle2 at the link below.

This time round we will have fewer videos and the same number of speakers, giving more time for questions and conversations. Go to the Program tab to see who is on so far, we will put on the full program soon - watch here, or follow @TEDxTuttle on Twitter, or go to the Register tab and register to get emails

We're charging £7.50 to pay for coffee, wine, snacks etc for the afternoon and evening.

Sign up for TEDxTuttle2 Here

 

What is TEDxTuttle

TEDx is a program of local, self organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.

The Tuttle Club is an anarchic collection of self organising people who like nothing better than to spark deep discussions and connections in small groups

What better than to mash the two up? Thus, TEDxTuttle has been organised by members of London’s Tuttle Club to combine  TED videos, some live speakers, and some Good Old Tuttling - coffee, conversation and connections - for an afternoon and evening of education, information, entertainment - and fun.

TEDxTuttle 1 Tomorrow's World

We held this in September 2009. The theme of the conference was "Tomorrow's World" and the session looked at 3 emerging aspects - Technology, Ecosystems and Social Systems. "Tomorrow's World" presenter Maggie Philbin kicked off with technology predictions then and now, Rachel Armstrong looked at growing your own buildings, Mat Morrison looked at how to analyse social networks, Lloyd Davis talked about how the Tuttle Club is curated and Ben Matthews sang the Twitter Song and other funny songs, and talked about social media and music