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  1. Aug 15, 2016 · A non-profit that aims to spread potent ideas through short presentations given by experts in disparate fields, TED holds conferences worldwide on a variety of topics. These talks are then posted on YouTube for millions to watch. Here is a subjective list of my all time favorite TED talks. These talks will challenge you, inform you, and inspire ...

  2. Before the Hole in the Wall: A Q&A with 2013 TED Prize winner Sugata Mitra. Last week, education researcher Sugata Mitra won the first-ever $1 million TED Prize to build his School in the Cloud. Prior to his TED Prize win, Mitra was known for his “Hole in the Wall” experiment. In 1999, Mitra and his colleagues dug a hole in a wall near an ...

  3. Many of the best TED Talks are built around stories, with speakers' personal anecdotes helping them bring their ideas to life. Here, TED head curator Chris Anderson provides us with some storytelling dos and don'ts. Plus: news about the TED Masterclass app. After watching a great talk on, many of us have wondered: “Could I do it ...

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  5. About this event: Juan Enriquez will be joining the TEDxYale community to give a talk about biotechnology, genetics and the economy. He will give a TED style talk and then answers questions from the audience related to his presentation and the TED experience. Event details: New Haven, Connecticut, United States · October 19, 2011.

  6. Chris Anderson, then the editor of a technology magazine, acquired the conference in 2001 and moved it to Long Beach, California, in 2009. TED was also flown to Vancouver, Canada, in 2014, reflecting its growing international appeal. Until 2005, TED was an annual event: four days, 50 speakers and 18-minute presentations.

  7. Answer (1 of 2): Yes. When I was trying to figure out public speaking, all I did was watch TED talks. I had to pitch my software a hundred times over the course of a year to a public audience of between 15 to 35 people.