motherjones:

newyorker:

In the current issue of the magazine, Nathan Heller explains how the Technology/Entertainment/Design (TED) conference franchise has turned ideas into an industry.  Part of the reason, Heller claims, are certain elements common to many of these talks.  In this video, we break down the arc of TED talk.

Click-through for more: http://nyr.kr/L6uM0i

My god, this video is TED on crack.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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    Very interesting… Something to keep in mind when I prepare a presentation anytime soon
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