iHub By Erik Hersman / February 9, 2010
Gift of TED Talks DVD’s for the iHub
TED was kind enough to give us an archive of TED Talks from the last couple years. I had asked for these so that we could have an archive of the TED Talks in Nairobi, as a way for everyone to access them easily and not have to download them on their own connection. A big thanks to Logan McClure and the TED media team for being so supportive of the iHub!
Our plan is to do a lot of this type of thing, where we’ll have major SDKs, media presentations and a library of useful documents for anyone in the tech community to access easily.
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Jim at 05:52:15AM Thursday, February 11, 2010
I just spent 1.5 years in Tanzania wincing while patiently (yes you can do both at the same time) waiting to watch these inspirational talks. Great job in taking the initiative to bring hard copies to East Africa!Reply
Mbugua Njihia at 18:23:14PM Monday, February 15, 2010
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