Beyond the Top 10 TEDTalks: user favorites
Last week, TEDTalks celebrated our 50 millionth view by counting down the Top 10 TEDTalks of all time (so far) — and inviting people to share their own favorites. Here are a few:
My favorite is still Susan Savage-Rumbaugh and those bonobo apes.
— S.F., Boynton Beach, Florida
Stamets (mushrooms), Isabel Allende (passion), Dave Eggers (schools), and Ballard (ocean) — not to be missed.
— Marian Angele
Majora Carter’s talk on her environmental work in the Bronx.
— lydia chadwick
Majora Carter‘s is my absolute favorite!
— Ariel, a TED fan
I am dropping a line to say how much I enjoyed Aubrey de Grey’s speech on aging.
— Diana Pasley
I think Malcom Gladwell is that hidden gem.
I nominate Theo Jansen’s talk on creating new creatures as one of the “Hidden Gems.”
If your own favorite TEDTalks aren’t on the Top 10 list yet — or you’d like to share your own hidden gems — write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post a comment.