If you missed last month’s 2016 TED Conference in Vancouver, you’ll find a nice review of it here: “I’ve Discovered the Antidote to This Year’s Nasty Election: TED.”
And TED’s 20 most popular talks of all time, here.
Indeed, it is in part to make all its talks available free that TED requires annual conference participants to contribute $6,000 on top of the basic $2,500 conference fee. Double that if you bring your better half: $17,000.
If you’re not ready to do that — or spring for the airfare and hotel — you and he or she can see the entire 2016 conference at your own pace/s starting today, for just $100. Here.
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The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much, it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.~Franklin D. Roosevelt
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The Race Of Our Lives (No, Not That One)
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200 Years In Four Remarkable Minutes
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The Mob Connections
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Disowning The Best Little Boy In The World
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