Posted by: Helen Walters on January 25, 2008
I just found out I’m going to be attending this year’s TED conference, which is very exciting news indeed (most looking forward to seeing/hearing geneticist, Craig Venter, historian, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Brian Cox, physicist at CERN, Al Gore, Bob Geldof and, well, pretty much everyone actually.)
Then an email pops up from TED, saying that Cameron Sinclair of the Open Architecture Network — see Bruce’s news of him here — can’t make it, so has put his ticket up for sale on eBay. The latest bid weighs in at a whopping $33,535 — and there’s over a week to go before the auction closes. Hmm. Should I sell my press pass? KIDDING.
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