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Talks at Google

Talks at Google
2015 brought us over 400 talks from across the world featuring unique and varied authors, artists, activists, filmmakers, chefs, musicians, politicians, scientists, stage performers, and more. Talks at Google will be celebrating 10 years in 2016 and we've already got an amazing lineup ready to go. Stay tuned! Check out the full version of all of these Talks here: [00:24] Bill Nye: "Undeniable" [00:27] Salman Rushdie: "Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights"[00:32] Dikembe Mutombo[00:41] Marie Kondo: "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up"[00:50] Brandon Sanderson: "Shadows of Self"[01:02] Bill Murray & Mitch Glazer: "Rock the Kasbah"[01:09] John Cleese: "So, Anyway.

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