Everything you ever wanted to know about TED Talks

Didjasee the New Yorker article on the industry TED Talks have wrought?

At the moment available only to subscribers, it’s nevertheless a must-read for folks like us, covering the history, the growth and the cultural and political significance of the oral-communication phenomenon of our time.

“The TED talk is today a sentimental form,” writes Nathan Heller. “Once, searching for transport, people might have read Charles Dickens, rushed the dance floor, watched the Oscars, biked Mount Tamalpais, put on Rachmaninoff, put on the Smiths, played Frisbee, poured wine until someone started reciting ‘somewhere i have never traveled, gladly beyond.’ Now there is TED.”

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