The TED conference is over, leaving uninvited tech journalists with 51 weeks to find something else to complain about. Its favored attendees are no doubt reminiscing about rubbing shoulders with John Cusack, Jeff Bezos, and Marissa Mayer's boyfriend. But this year's TED left another memory — its website source code. 9rules cofounder Mike Rundle says the failure exposed a database password, among other things. A suggestion for TED organizer Chris Anderson: Instead of complaining about having your attendee list published, why not make sure your website is secure?