Posts Tagged ‘TED.com’

I’ve mentioned TED.com before, but every time I come across an extraordinary video, I feel compelled to post it. So, here goes… Every week at the office, my team gets together to watch one TEDtalk and then discuss the content. Last week we watched Hans Rosling talk about the third world. Based on that poor […]


Have you ever thought about why we aren’t all astronauts, cowboys, princesses and movie stars? When asked as a kid what you want to be when you grow up, those are the answers we all gave. And yet, those professions are some of the rarest out there. Funny thing is, no kids say they want […]


One of the things I miss most from my days as a student is the simple joy of being in a classroom. Passionate discussions. Challenging thoughts. And an exposure to raw, unfiltered Academia. So the first time I stumbled across TED, I thought I struck scholastic gold. I began attending ‘class’ without ever leaving my […]