Yesterday, Twitter user @ademoor wrote:
Thinking of organizing a #TEDtalk video night w/ some friends. What’s your absolute favorite must-see talk?
Great question! We RT’ed on @TEDNews. And the replies are worth sharing:
@WackyFiasco: I really appreciated Dan Gilbert’s talk on happiness …
@ozteethtweet: hans rosling, can’t get enough, all the world’s problems explained with some amazing graphics, what’s best, gives you hope!
@Cathy_Blackler: the danger of relying on a single story – so powerful for my continuation HS students
@CTStorytelling: a single story when many are needed was awesome!
@lukaszpira: #AimeeMullins is great… #DavidBlaine : whaow ! both give good lessons of life.
@MichaelEasom: Philip Zimbardo and Richard Dawkins TED talks.
@florisvc: the Neil Gershenfeld talk about fablab
@archsaraf: Sir Ken Robinson on Education and Shashi Tharoor on Soft Power
@adfurlan: A must see #TEDtalk: The car for the blind driver by Dennis Hong
@DerMoosealini: David McCandless “The beauty of data visualization” always cheers me up
@jeffpiazza: Sagmeister’s “Power of Time Off”
@rozilevi: sarah kay, helen fisher, elif shafak
@garb: favorite TED talk? I have to say Jill Bolte Taylor‘s stroke of insight talk. Also Hans Rosling at TEDWomen.
@ZeeshanSuhail: anything by hans rosling, the one with the woman suffering paralysis attack and lived to recover, and the one by reddit founder
@ChristopherM00: my favorite #TED talk is @CameronHerold‘s lets raise kids to be entrepreneurs
@joeknape: Roger Ebert: Remaking my voice
@DVHeld: Sir Ken Robinson‘s
@3treescoffee: The first Ken Robinson
@jclynnlynn: @DVHeld @3treescoffee @ademoor Sir Ken Robinson +1
@DVHeld: @jclynnlynn @ademoor Yeah, the 3 listed in his TED profile are awesome and inspiring
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