It eschews commercialism, acts more like a production than a meeting, and has some of the coolest speakers in the world.
TED, an annual conference bringing together inspiring thinkers from around the world, has always been an event with no advertising or promotion budget. Its commitment has been to seek out amazing, interesting people and “let them communicate what they are passionate about, untainted by corporate influence.” You may know TED via its YouTube speaker videos, which are routinely passed around (among those that went viral are videos from Jill Bolte Taylor, the brain scientist who observed her ...
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