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4 ways to get more out of TEDTalks

These 4 tools can help you get more from TEDTalks:

Miroscreen_small.jpgThe TED Miro player: This free, open-source player lets you easily download TEDTalks, store them and play them offline. Talks are arranged in channels based on our most popular Themes. The TED Miro player comes in especially handy for educators who want to ensure reliable playback when using TEDTalks in the classroom. And if you’re on a PC that has trouble with MP4 playback, the TED Miro player usually does the trick!

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Transcripts: We’ve been working on transcribing all our TEDTalks, and as we complete each one, it is stored here on the TED Blog. This is the first step in a much larger project for subtitling and transcribing our talks.

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TEDnewsltr.jpgNewsletter: You can subscribe to the weekly TED newsletter by scrolling to the bottom of this page and entering an email address into the little white box that says “Newsletter.” It’s a great way to make TEDTalks a habit — and to stay involved in other events of interest, such as Pangea Day, happening on May 10, 2008, around the world. We never sell our email addresses to third parties, and it’s easy to unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of the newsletter.

RSS feeds: You can subscribe to a feed for all new TEDTalks video, or for this blog, where we announce all the new TEDTalks and other TED news.

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