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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A Way Forward: Listening
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Ikea Ad / Tulips / CODE RED!!!
- Feb 21:
The Case For A Conservative Boycott
- Feb 19:
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- Feb 17:
Long-Weekend Reading: The Compelling Nonpartisan Case For A Boycott
- Feb 15:
Coats: We Are Under Attack
- Feb 14:
The Rabbi’s Hat
- Feb 13:
TED’s Playlist for a Long Life
- Feb 12:
Pre-Empting The October Surprise
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The Least Worst — and Six Trends For 2018
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