To my surprise, the TED conference organizers has swiftly uploaded the presentation recording from Microsoft’s announcement of their WorldWide Telescope technology showcased no more than 12 hours ago, when in contrast, videos are usually only made available online after a year or two of exclusivity. Remembering, attendees pay several thousands of dollars to go to this conference – one of, if not the best conference in the world, so to make an exception for this particular presentation is really something.
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