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A picture that rendered me speechless, snapped at TED2015

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This picture was worth all the words I had — it rendered...

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Bill T. Jones and two TED Fellows create a work of art … in two days

Three artists. One five-minute performance. Less than 48 hours. No, this is not a math problem. It was the scenario presented...

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10 objects that inspired a TED Prize wish

Dave Isay was shocked to learn he was in the running for the 2015 TED Prize. And yet, today his TED...

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5 tips for conducting an interview with someone you care about, using StoryCorps’ new app

Anybody with a smartphone can now be a part of the StoryCorps movement. As TED Prize Winner Dave Isay reveals...

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Reflections on TED2015: What people are saying around the web

With TED2015 wrapped, attendees, speakers and journalists alike are sharing their reflections on the experience. Below, some highlights: David Rothkopf...

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Ideas from TED2015
7 fantastic flags that break every design rule

There really is a flag design rule book, and radio host Roman Mars abides by its principles religiously. Well, perhaps...

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Infographic: The reality of violence against women

For women in the developing world, the focus is on surviving everyday violence, assault and rape. Gary Haugen argues that...

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What a difference a word can make: How a single word can change your conversation

British psychologist Elizabeth Stokoe studies the patterns in talk that most of us don’t even notice. She explains how...

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Why beauty matters

Think about everyday services, and what comes to mind? Probably practical matters: housing, food, health, education. Artist Theaster Gates wants...

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Pluto really is a planet (probably): The meaning of the first close-up photos

Planetary scientist Alan Stern explains why he believes new close-up pictures of Pluto prove beyond doubt that it should have...

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