The content and sense of community generated by TEDxBloomington exceeded all expectations. The interaction with the national organization, however, made for a bittersweet experience. Future TEDx events need to better integrate with the ecosystem of local events.
Google is getting sued by Spain over the right for individuals to demand embarrassing search content be removed. A better strategy is to own up to these public records while finding a way to reveal corrective information at the same time.
A recent study applied a large-data computational technique to analyze how coordination between different regions of the brain can predict one’s ability to learn new things quickly.
Mark Fuller, CEO of WET Design, offers an improv course to employees at the firm. Learning how to improvise with others cultivates a culture of listening.
Randall Munroe draws a picture of our future using Google searches for the next 90 years. I doubt I’ll live to see Gillette’s 14-bladed razor.
To help push some boundaries, TED 2012 is opening their stage to public speakers with innovative ideas and ways to present them.
Dave Meslin claims voter apathy is not about laziness or being selfish. It is a systemic web of obstacles placed before us that discourages political action.