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In the past, TED has offered attendees a selection of items from a gift cave.
In the past, TED has offered attendees a selection of items from a "gift cave".
Tracee Ellis Ross at TED. Ryan Lash/TED
In some ways, attending the TED conference in person is exactly what you'd expect from watching TED talks online. It's an overwhelming experience jam-packed with scientists, artists, entrepreneurs, and CEOs who all have their One Big Idea to share.
Many of the big-name speakers — in 2019, they included SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell, architect Renzo Piano, and Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker — stick around for the whole event. It's not unusual to see them roaming the halls. There are also lots of well-known attendees who never hit the stage (the press isn't allowed to name names, but you can figure it out with a little Twitter digging).
The conference costs ,000 to attend, though there are ,000 tickets available to select first-timers. In addition to the talks there are all sorts of indulgent experiences, buffets, and workshops to keep attendees occupied. I showed up at the 2019 TED conference to check it all out. Here's what it's like.
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