Keith Barry: Brain magic. Ruth Chang: How to make hard choices. Here's a talk that could literally change your life.
Which career should I pursue? Should I break up — or get married?! Where should I live? Big decisions like these can be agonizingly difficult. But that's because we think about them the wrong way, says philosopher Ruth Chang. This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the home page.
Remembering Robin Williams. Robin Williams hijacks the TED2008 stage before the BBC World Debate.
Photo: Andrew Heavens It’s 2008, moments before a BBC broadcast live from the stage at TED. But something’s gone wrong. The house lights are still up, the camera ops are looking at one another, official-looking folks are wandering at the stage apron muttering into headsets, and the panelists are sitting patiently onstage but looking, increasingly, baffled. Minutes go by. And then a voice rises from the audience, wondering “why at a technology conference everything is running so shittily”! The BBC shot the whole thing while waiting for their own production to come back online, and they eventually posted the monologue, cut into 3 minutes of breathtaking tightrope work. And when I read the news today, I watched it again, and it reminded me of what we just lost — but it also gave me 3 minutes of pure, wild joy.
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Graduation…now what? Now playing Clinical psychologist Meg Jay has a bold message for twentysomethings: Contrary to popular belief, your 20s are not a throwaway decade.
In this provocative talk, Jay says that just because marriage, work and kids are happening later in life, doesn’t mean you can’t start planning now. She gives 3 pieces of advice for how twentysomethings can re-claim adulthood in the defining decade of their lives. “In your 20s, you may not get married or figure out exactly what career you want to pursue. But that doesn’t mean it’s a throwaway decade, says psychologist Meg Jay.
TED & TEDx with AIESECers (R. 5 techniques to speak any language: Sid Efromovich at TEDxUpperEastSide. Helen Fisher: Why we love, why we cheat. Yves Morieux: As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify. Παρούλ Σεγκάλ: Ωδή στη ζήλια. Alex Wissner-Gross: A new equation for intelligence. Ο Μπέντζαμιν Ζάντερ για τη μουσική και το πάθος. Μεϊσούν Ζαΐντ: Έχω 99 προβλήματα... η εγκεφαλική παράλυση είναι μόνο ένα απ' αυτά.
How to quit your life (and reboot): Priya Parker at TEDxUHasselt. Hackschooling makes me happy: Logan LaPlante at TEDxUniversityofNevada. The Hidden Meanings in Kids' Movies: Colin Stokes at TEDxBeaconStreet. TEDxSanJoseCA - Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD - Brain: Memory and Multitasking. Popcorning My Way Through: Dey Dos at TEDxUniTn. TEDxRiverCity - Robert Stickgold - Sleep, Memory and Dreams: Fitting the Pieces Together. The First 20 Hours - How to Learn Anything: Josh Kaufman at TEDxCSU. How the oceans can clean themselves: Boyan Slat at TEDxDelft. Russell Foster: Why do we sleep? Ρον Γκούτμαν: Η κρυμμένη δύναμη του χαμόγελου. Ντέρεκ Σίβερς: Πώς να ξεκινήσετε ένα κίνημα. Pico Iyer: Where is home? A whistleblower you haven't heard.
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