#2 Re: What TED is all about
- Thank you, Jenny. I'm glad you liked it. I though that so long as I've mentioned them, I might as well go ahead and list the other talks that I've seen that I think are good, and so here they are . . . here's the complete list of all the TED talks I've seen that I think are good, so far, as of March 27, 2009. And if and when I run into any other good ones, I'll post them, and please do the same if you find some good ones as well. .
Not all of the ones in this list are terrific, some are, but not all, some are just good enough to be in my opinion worth watching. And the list includes the ones I sent yesterday, just so the list is complete. They're not in order of best to worst, but just in ordinary alphabetical order. They're all 20 minutes long:Tim Berners-Lee on the next Web | Video on TED.com
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "write3chairs" <write3chairs@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "Ben Gilberti" wrote:
> > Hi folks.
> > Although TED does not, of course, deal with Anthroposophy
> > directly, I'm sure you'd agree that Rudolph Steiner would
> > have enthusiastically applauded it. Anyway, I wanted to
> > mention a few things about it for anyone who may not yet
> > have had a chance to explore what it's all about....
> > Here's the link to their website: http://www.ted.com
> > Much Love,
> > Ben
> Thank you, Ben! I had never heard of this. Very nice.
> This group *has* gotten rather silent lately. Well, not
> exactly quiet because we are posting a few things, but there
> is not much conversation going on. What were we talking
> about when we left off? I've enjoyed everyone's contributions.