This independent TEDx event is operated under license from TED
London, April 20th 2010
1.30pm - 8pm
Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
London EC1Y 8TZ
Photos courtesy TED and Tuttle members @documentally, @lloyddavis, @benjaminellis and @freecloud
About the Tuttle Club
Tuttle is an ideas exchange, a conversation moshpit and a good way to waste a Friday morning. It combines the ambience of a 17th century London coffee house, a geeks lair and a bohemian soiree. It is named after Harry Tuttle, the character in the film Brazil, who accepts no boundaries and bodges the world to suit his reality.
The Tuttle Club began as a small group of people who wanted to see how they could co-work, became a Crowd, and it has now become a Tribe. Within that Tribe, people have collaborated as individual Teams are working to complete clearly defined tasks. One Team, for example, is putting together a book on Twitter, while another has been thinking about how Tuttle can use its tribal expertise to help other groups of people (Tuttle has carried out its first consulting assignment for example).
We meet at the Centre for Creative Collaboration, 16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG, 10 till 12 for coffee and conversation. All are welcome. More details on the website: http://tuttleclub.wordpress.com/