This week, TIME Magazine puts their annual stake in the ground, naming the 100 most influential people of the moment. As usual, a number of TED veterans among them: Al Gore, Bill (and Melinda) Gates, Bono, Freakonomics author Steven Levitt, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, the “Flickr founders” and the “Skype guys.”
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Ten years ago, TIME Magazine inaugurated its list of the “100 Most Influential People in the World.” In the interceding decade, the unveiling of the annual list has become an anticipated event with readers ready to gorge on glossy articles and debate the inclusion of controversial inductees. Today, the magazine posted its 10th list of influence, […]
Where can you find a man riding a giant giraffe robot, a fire-spewing electric cart equipped with sheep’s wool seats, a plug-in Prius that gets 100 mpg, teams playing Segway Polo, model rocket launches, fashion shows with inflatable dresses, and parents and children enjoying every minute of it? Why, at Make: magazine‘s first ever Maker […]