Posts tagged with ‘ted

TED talk of the day: 10 things you didn’t know about orgasms

It’s orgasms, it’s science… it’s a sciencegasm!

TED talk of the day: As work becomes more complex, here are six rules to simplify

Yves Morieux talks about how the two main pillars of business management— the hardline approach and the soft-hearted approach— are both wrong and contribute to workers becoming more disengaged and miserable at work. Warning: Really, really strong French accent ahead.

Ted talk of the day: Professor Benjamin Bratton on why all these pie in the sky Ted talk things never come true

When 3D printing goes apeshit. Or How to build a 2,500 square foot house in 20 hours or less.

Phat TED talk beats: Tom Thum shows off his beatboxing brilliance

This is beyond amazing. I think I just peed the carpet a little.

TED talk of the day: China, a tale of two political systems

Eric X. Li explains how China evolved well past the old Russian communist system to create a vibrant one-party communist-like economic system that has been responsible for one of the fastest growing economies in world history, and how the world could learn from some of the things lessons China has learned and the rules it has created.

TED talk of the day: What if blaming the obese is blaming the victim?

It’s incredibly easy to blame obesity on the individual, but Peter Attia of the Nutrition Science Initiative says that we don’t know enough yet about the exact science of weight gain to make that assumption. He sounds fat

Fascinating TED Talk by Liu Bolin ‘The Invisible Man’

Bonnie Bassler | How Bacteria “Talk”

Bonnie Bassler studies how bacteria can communicate with one another, through chemical signals, to act as a unit. Her work could pave the way for new, more potent medicine.

“You think of yourselves as human beings, but I think of you as 99 percent bacterial.” - Bonnie Bassler

Lawrence Lessig on fixing America’s broken political system. There is also the companion TEDBook Lesterland: The Corruption of Congress and How to End It.

TED video of the day: Timelapse of Liu Bolin “disappearing”

Liu Bolin is a Chinese artist who gained worldwide fame a couple years ago with a series of photographs where he was painted to almost perfectly match his background environment. At this year’s TED conference, Liu demonstrated his visual trickery.

TED talk of the day: Amanda Palmer “The art of asking”

The most beautiful talk about music and personal connections you’ll hear this year

TED animation of the day: Gerald Carr talks about life as a NASA astronaut

Gerald P. Carr talks about his life as a NASA astronaut, including his time commanding Skylab in the 70s.

TED talk of the day: The Greatest Machine That Never Was

Recently discovered TEDTalks available on PodCast through iTunes and downloaded a few to watch.  This one sparked my interest and I’m glad I watched it.  It originally aired in July 2012, but the project to build the entirely mechanical machine described in the video is underway.  I just thought it was cool and that the community at IHC would enjoy it.

From the description: Computer science began in the ’30s … the 1830s. John Graham-Cumming tells the story of Charles Babbage’s mechanical, steam-powered “analytical engine” and how Ada Lovelace, mathematician and daughter of Lord Byron, saw beyond its simple computational abilities to imagine the future of computers. (Filmed at TEDxImperialCollege.)

What’s invisible? More in this world than you know.

Gravity. The stars in day. Thoughts. The human genome. Time. Atoms. So much of what really matters in the world is impossible to see. A stunning animation of John Lloyd’s classic TEDTalk from 2009, which will make you question what you actually know.






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