As 2012 comes to a close, the stories and impact of TEDxWomen continue to reverberate, as Twitter and Facebook carry the videos and conversations around the globe and back again. We will continue now to post new content to TEDxWomen on Facebook, so join us there. Also follow @TEDxWomen on Twitter, and when you want to experience the broader conversation, check out the hashtag #TEDxWomen, where you will discover new people around the world from many interesting and unexpected perspectives who are interested in and talking about the speakers.
When you need some inspiration . . .
Come back to TEDxWomen.org and dip into the speaker videos yourself, perusing the bio background for each person. There are so many types of inspiration available: iO Tillet, Gayle Tzemach Lemon, and Loreen Arbus; from the Treasurer of the United States, Rosie Rios, to the South African entrepreneur, Malehlohonolo Moleko; from activist Sister Joan Chittister to quantum physicist John Hagelin; as well as inspiring performances by Radmilla Cody, Amber Rubarth, the GIMP Project, and others.
When you need to feel more connected to the wider world, engage with a TEDxWomen organizer.
From all angles, the conversation continues.