Version 1.3 of the TED iPad app went live this afternoon, adding a much-requested feature: AirPlay support, so you can wirelessly stream content from the TED iPad app over to an Apple TV. We’d also love to point out a few updates we did in version 1.2 in response to user requests — adding email, Twitter and Facebook sharing of your favorite talks, and removing the limit on Saved Talks. We’ve got some other features in the works, and we’d love to hear your suggestions — either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or commenting below.
The TED Android app has long let you watch more than 1,500 TED Talks, with subtitles in 102* languages. But with the launch of version 2.0 today, our award-winning app is now localized in 20 languages — from Spanish to Swedish, Chinese to Czech, Arabic to Korean. This means that fans in more than 100 […]
Long after a war is over, land mines continue to maim and kill. In Minescape: Waging War Against Land Mines, artist and photojournalist Brett Van Ort shares a collection of photographs documenting the tragic and unforeseen consequences of leftover land mines from the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Through unsettling photographs of deceptively innocent landscapes, descriptions […]