TEDx

Written By: - Date published: 12:09 pm, October 5th, 2012 - 2 comments
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I was going to write something about TEDx which is on in Auckland and that I (hopefully) have some tickets for if and when the courier arrives. But Eleanor Black over at Pundit has just about said everything that I was going to do.

Tickets for TEDx Auckland are sold out, folks. But we have one set of VIP passes here at Pundit HQ with your name on them.

Only catch: TEDx is on at The Aotea Centre tomorrow, starting at 10am, so you must be an Auckland resident for us to get them to you in time.

Some info on TEDx Auckland from the Edge website:

If you want to go, email me and I’ll use some personal arbitrary higher standard to offload assign tickets.

You’ll have to pick them up from me. But since I live on the Ponsonby road ridge above town this shouldn’t be a problem. Just e-mail me at lprent@primary.geek.nz. Write a sentence that doesn’t look like a machine wrote it and gets past my spam filters and tell me how many tickets you’d like.

I will email back in the evening and tell the lucky recipients where to pick the ticket(s) up from.

2 comments on “TEDx”

  1. lprent 1

    In response to a query…
    It is on from 10am to 5:30pm tomorrow.

  2. lprent 2

    More e-mails…

    1. Ah. I can see the reluctance based on my grumpy behaviour here. But no – I don’t usually bite. In fact I’m told that I am pretty cordial and even personable in person and in a social setting. But as any family or friends can testify, the usual problem is to get me in a social setting in the first place.
    2. I’m probably going to generate a random number to select who gets ticket(s). If there are authors then I’ll give them more slots to increase their weight.*evil grin*

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