Breakthrough: Roundup of TED2010 Session 7

Posted by: Emily McManus


Andrew Bird says what the world needs now is more reckless curiosity.


Stephen Wolfram: Could it be that somewhere out there in the computational universe that we could find our physical universe?


Gary Flake demos Pivot — a way to navigate the web as if it’s actually a web.


Seth Berkley: “As variable as flu is, HIV makes it look like the Rock of Gibraltar.”


TED Senior Fellow Rachel Armstrong talks about creating carbon-zero buildings.


Mark Roth: Doctors have a saying that you’re not dead until you’re warm and dead.


Erick Tseng demos the Nexus One.

(Photo credit: TED / James Duncan Davidson)

Comments (1)

  • Jai Kirdatt commented on Feb 13 2010

    I don’t know why there is a demo of “Nexus One” on TED. I come to TED to watch videos and to get inspired. I honestly think that “Nexus One” does not belong on TED. I don’t know if I will get an answer from TED, but I really want to know the reason behind the demo.

    EDIT: Come to think about it there was a demo of “Bump Top” so I guess this is fine.