The TED conference (themed "The Rediscovery of Wonder") is taking place this week in California. Thanks to Kansas City digital marketing agency VML and The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, hundreds of people in Kansas City will be watching today's TED sessions through a live video simulcast. And in the spirit of my post about live event tweeters and bloggers warranting "press passes", the VML team is providing me access to outlets and Wi-Fi in order to actively document today's TED simulcast.

While a strictly video TED event will obviously be a different experience than last summer's in-person TEDxKC event (which spawned nearly a week's worth of blog posts), I fully expect a creative burst from the four TED sessions simulcast today here in Kansas City! Here's the day's TED agenda, with session times (Central Standard Time):

Session 4: Deep Mystery - 10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. CST

Session 5: Worlds Imagined - 1–2:45 p.m. CST

Session 6: Knowledge Revolution - 4:15-6 p.m. CST

Session 7: Radical Collaboration - 7–8:45 p.m. CST

The setup available onsite will determine what the specific Brainzooming content creation plan will be. I'll likely be live tweeting either on my regular @Brainzooming Twitter account and/or my live Twitter account at @BZLiveTweets. If you're interested in following the activity during the day, look for the overall #TED hashtag on Twitter as well.

If you're at The Nelson for today's sessions, tweet or DM me! - Mike Brown