Well, hello Tumblr. This is Hailey, the human being behind the TEDx Tumblr for the past two years. I hate to have to say it, but as of today, the TEDx Tumblr is no more.
I, and the whole TEDx team, have cherished dearly all your likes, your reblogs, your witty Ask box questions, your thoughtful comments, your jokes, your suggestions, your shared love for cute baby animals.
But don’t fret: This is not an end, but a beginning. While the TEDx Tumblr settles in with old GeoCities pages and Full House fan blogs of yore, you can go get all the great TED and TEDx content you crave at the TED Tumblr. I will be writing there with my friends at TED, bringing you all the TEDx Talks, GIFs, and factoids fit to reblog.
You guys really are the best (around! Nothing’s ever gonna keep you down.) Thank you for following us and giving props to the thousands of great, super A+ TEDx events around the world. And if you want to read our old posts — they’ll still be here — beautiful memories preserved in Tumblr’s Internet amber.
Catch you on the TED Tumblr! Go follow it now!