Starting this week, we add a new pen to our TEDBlog team: Bruno Giussani, who kicked off his tenure yesterday with a piece on rogue gerontologist Aubrey deGrey. Bruno left us all in awe with his nearly minute-by-minute coverage of TED2006, and was producer of last year’s TEDGlobal in Oxford, UK. Based in Switzerland, he writes the EuroScan column for BusinessWeek, and his blog, LunchOverIP just won the Swiss “Golden Mouse” award. We’re looking forward to his filter on all things TED, translated from five or six languages. Welcome, Bruno!
Few sensations feel better than when your mind does a backflip and, all of a sudden, you are suddenly able to see things in new and unexpected ways. At TEDGlobal 2013, themed “Think Again,” you’ll have this feeling often. “The approach we adopted,” explains TEDGlobal curator Bruno Giussani, “is to take a closer look at […]
With summer dwindling to its last few days, it’s time to put away the beach reads and get the mind back in gear with heartier fare. Why not start with some of the amazing books written by recent TED speakers? Here, some picks. Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer Retells the tale of a forgetful […]