33 Inspirational YouTube Videos Conveying Genuine Life Lessons Email The following list contains 33 of my favorite inspirational and motivational YouTube videos. Each video clip tells a different tale, a unique story conveying subtle lessons about life, love, happiness and success. TED-Ed website launches in beta, lets teachers customize video lessons TED-Ed Launches Groundbreaking Website with New Tools for Customized Learning TED-Ed Platform Allows Teachers to "Flip" Video Content and Create Tailored Lesson Plans NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TED, the nonprofit organization devoted to "Ideas Worth Spreading," today launches the second phase of its TED-Ed initiative: a groundbreaking website [ housed on TED.com that enables teachers to create unique lesson plans around TED-Ed video content. "Kohl's is committed to kids' education and we are thrilled to partner with TED to provide inspiring educational tools for teachers and students around the world" TED-Ed seeks to inspire curiosity by harnessing the talent of the world's best teachers and visualizers – and by providing educators with new tools that spark and facilitate learning. TED-Ed launched in March with a channel on YouTube, as well as an open call for educators and animators to submit lesson ideas and animation reels.
Two Magic Words Two Magic Words By Jason Mangrum, Co-Author of Uberman! Almost Super Human PSY Gangnam Style Youtube Success Sometime in life there are moments when people are super lucky, moments that shock the entire globe of viewers in certain circuits of people, and moments that you just have to give it up for unique individuals who have worked their tail end off to make it happen. Well, today such a moment has come, and the person who has achieved super heights of success that this article is covering, happens to be well known in over 30 differing countries worldwide as the worlds most popular guy, singer, dancer, song writer, rapper, pop singer, and many other cool music career categories. We present to you the readers of this article the PSY story.
5 Languages That Could Change the Way You See the World I went to my neighbor’s house for something to eat yesterday. Think about this sentence. It’s pretty simple—English speakers would know precisely what it means. But what does it actually tell you—or, more to the point, what does it not tell you? It doesn’t specify facts like the subject’s gender or the neighbor’s, or what direction the speaker traveled, or the nature of the neighbors’ relationship, or whether the food was just a cookie or a complex curry.
What a Non-Partisan Plan for U.S. Entrepeneurship Would Look Like - Derek Thompson The Republican National Convention praised small businesses and the Democratic response will praise the administration's role in helping job creators. But what would a non-partisan plan for entrepreneurs look like? The theme of the first day of the Republican National Convention was "We Built It," a rallying-cry from entrepreneurs who insisted that they didn't need government to start their businesses. This week, we can expect the Democratic response to highlight the ways Obama's administration has empowered job creators. But what would an entrepreneur-first platform, stripped of party politics, really look like? Last week, I asked readers for answers.
Remembrance of things future: Long-term memory sets the stage for visual perception (Medical Xpress) -- Rather than being a passive state, perception is an active process fueled by predictions and expectations about our environment. In the latter case, memory must be a fundamental component in the way our brain generates these precursors to the perceptual experience – but how the brain integrates long-term memory with perception has not been determined. Recently, however, researchers in the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, by devising a method for integrating memory and attention, showed how LTM optimizes perception by varying brain states associated with anticipation of spatial localization in the visual field. The scientists also used fMRI to articulate a neural network involving a number of cortical areas likely to be active in the predictive use of memory in the visual cortex.
Gangnam Style parodies and copycats Getting tired yet? After hearing the same song and watching the same videos day in and day out, after a while your eyes might wanna pop out, and your ears may fall off, but this song here seems to never get dry, the dance never fades for some odd reason, and the best thing is it all just got started. I think even the Pope himself, and the Dali Lama danced to this awesome song that PSY created. Man oh man I need to make a parody myself so I can join in on the potential viral action, but I think it shall be a fail for sure, because I don't have a lick of comedic expression in me to save my life. If I did, well I would be doing what our cool new friend PSY has done creating the most insane worldwide musical phenomenon ever known to man. Its safe to say that he's a genius, and I'm just a little ole rocket scientist type trying to earn a slow buck typing up a storm all day and night, because all other systems have failed me LMFAO.
The benefits of a bilingual brain - Mia Nacamulli Amazed by what you have learned about having a bilingual brain? Then, start learning another language now! This website has tons of free lessons, games and quizzes to get you started! Pick one language or even two languages and get that gray matter growing. 10 talks on making schools great With just over a month to go before the 2012 presidential election in the US, eyes around the world are on the contest between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The election may well come down to a few key issues. So what matters most to Americans? The TED Blog read this Gallup poll from late July on issues that citizens want the next president to prioritize. Become Superhuman: Maximize Your Potential and Fulfill Your Destiny As we advance in the spiritual life and in the practice of systematic self-examination we are often surprised by the discovery of vast unknown tracts of the inner life of the soul. They seem like great plains stretching out in mystery and wrapt in mists that sometimes for a moment lift, or sweep off and leave one looking for one brief instant upon great reaches of one’s own life, unknown, unmeasured, unexplored. Men stand at such moments breathless in wonder and in awe gazing upon these great tracts upon which they have never looked before, with kindling eyes and beating hearts; and while they look the mists steal back till all is lost to sight once more and they are left wondering if what they saw was reality, or the creation of their fancy. Have you ever experienced such a moment?