TEDxYYC 2013 Live Stream Details

Jun 11, 2013

Can’t make it to TEDxYYC in person? Don’t let that stop you. We’ll be live streaming every talk as it happens this Friday, starting at 1:00 PM MT. You can tune in from the comfort of your couch, desk, or chaise lounge. And no one will judge you if you’re wearing sweatpants.

But hey, why keep all those new ideas to yourself? Host a live stream party! Get together with your office, family, or friends. Everything’s better when it’s shared.

Here’s how to host your own TEDxYYC live stream party:

  1. Track down all the awesome people you know
  2. Get them all in the same place on Friday, June 14th at 1:00 PM Mountain Time
  3. Gather in front of a large screen – a projector or TV
  4. Connect your computer to aforementioned large screen
  5. Navigate your favourite web browser to TEDxYYC.com
  6. Click the “watch live stream now” link
  7. Sit back, relax and enjoy the show!

And for even more fun, follow our Facebook and Twitter for event news and details as they unfold on June 14th. See you then!

White House Photo by Pete Souza [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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