TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is an annual convention that began back in 1984. It is
an exclusive gathering and it sells out a year in advance. They realize that most of us will not be attending anytime soon, so they graciously make the content available on their website or in iTunes. “Free knowledge and inspiration,” as they call it.
I have featured a couple of TED Talks here on the blog, and I encourage you to poke around. The topics are wide ranging, they do not exceed 18 minutes and just about any topic you can imagine is covered. I urge you to subscribe.
To get you started, here are a couple of my favorites. Have a nice weekend.
Sir Ken Robinson on how schools kill creativity.
Arthur Benjamin does “Mathemagic.”
Benjamin Zander and our untapped love for new possibilities.