It’s less than an hour until Pangea Day, the global celebration of the power of film to unite the world. Right now, here in LA, the stage is quiet (above) — but at 18:00 GMT this stage and five others around the world will be full of people and music and amazing films. Watch it on TV or live, or join us online at PangeaDay.org, or follow the events on your mobile phone or live on the Pangea Day Blog. Happy Pangea Day!
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A few numbers to keep in mind: 3, 31, and 1 million. That’s because nominations for the 2015 TED Prize are being accepted through the end of the day on March 31, 2014. You have until then to nominate a mentor, a co-worker or a visionary leader whose work you admire from afar for this […]
So what went down at TED on day two? Well, a lot, as it happens. As curator Chris Anderson commented rather tiredly later, “that was the most intense day of TED I can remember, ever.” Here, a lightning round-up of some of the day’s key moments. Edward Snowden trundles onto stage The first big surprise […]