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2013-02-26 17:32:48 (52 comments, 287 reshares, 586 +1s)Open 

TED just showed this absolutely hysterical ad - 1 of their 10 most world-changing ads.  It's really great, and worth a watch. Enjoy!

Most reshares: 287

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2013-02-26 17:32:48 (52 comments, 287 reshares, 586 +1s)Open 

TED just showed this absolutely hysterical ad - 1 of their 10 most world-changing ads.  It's really great, and worth a watch. Enjoy!

Most plusones: 586

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2013-02-26 17:32:48 (52 comments, 287 reshares, 586 +1s)Open 

TED just showed this absolutely hysterical ad - 1 of their 10 most world-changing ads.  It's really great, and worth a watch. Enjoy!

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2015-03-26 12:27:54 (8 comments, 6 reshares, 63 +1s)Open 

Fire on the beach, clouds in the sky...

That's the moon, by the way.

Fire on the beach, clouds in the sky...

That's the moon, by the way.___

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2015-03-26 12:25:12 (11 comments, 18 reshares, 82 +1s)Open 

Gorgeous picture of the Eclipse from the Space Station...

Even AFTER I learned that this picture is a Photoshop fake, I showed it to my son, and he said, "Daddy, even thought it's a fake, it's still a great picture, no?"  I love that!

Gorgeous picture of the Eclipse from the Space Station...

Even AFTER I learned that this picture is a Photoshop fake, I showed it to my son, and he said, "Daddy, even thought it's a fake, it's still a great picture, no?"  I love that!___

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2015-03-26 12:22:13 (5 comments, 3 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

Here are the top 10 Things I learned at #TED2015  last week.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-10-things-i-learned-ted-bill-gross

Would love to hear your feedback.

Here are the top 10 Things I learned at #TED2015  last week.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-10-things-i-learned-ted-bill-gross

Would love to hear your feedback.___

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2014-09-08 22:55:13 (9 comments, 8 reshares, 63 +1s)Open 

I launched a new company today called IdeaMarket. It's been a dream of mine for a long time to increase the reach of entrepreneurship. IdeaMarket is a marketplace for talent, money, and ideas. If you know anyone with entrepreneurial yearnings, please tell them about this. And if you have an idea for something - a problem you would love to see solved, it would be awesome if you would consider posting it at IdeaMarket and we'll do our best to turn it into a company! Thanks

I launched a new company today called IdeaMarket. It's been a dream of mine for a long time to increase the reach of entrepreneurship. IdeaMarket is a marketplace for talent, money, and ideas. If you know anyone with entrepreneurial yearnings, please tell them about this. And if you have an idea for something - a problem you would love to see solved, it would be awesome if you would consider posting it at IdeaMarket and we'll do our best to turn it into a company! Thanks___

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2014-05-28 17:51:58 (9 comments, 35 reshares, 132 +1s)Open 

Today we announced a breakthrough 3D Printer price point of $199.  My dream is to get a 3D printer in every home and in EVERY classroom.  Help me spread the word on this campaign below.  Thanks!  I'd love your feedback and ideas.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/new-matter-mod-t-3d-printing-for-everyone

Today we announced a breakthrough 3D Printer price point of $199.  My dream is to get a 3D printer in every home and in EVERY classroom.  Help me spread the word on this campaign below.  Thanks!  I'd love your feedback and ideas.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/new-matter-mod-t-3d-printing-for-everyone___

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2014-05-14 18:01:39 (38 comments, 252 reshares, 322 +1s)Open 

I've been dreaming of an under-$1,000 3D printer for more than 10 years.  In two weeks, we're launching one for less than $299.  Check it out at www.NewMatter.com and help us make this a big success.  Thanks!

I've been dreaming of an under-$1,000 3D printer for more than 10 years.  In two weeks, we're launching one for less than $299.  Check it out at www.NewMatter.com and help us make this a big success.  Thanks!___

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2014-03-21 00:06:42 (7 comments, 7 reshares, 46 +1s)Open 

Seaplane over Vancouver

Seaplane over Vancouver___

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2014-03-21 00:02:38 (15 comments, 9 reshares, 80 +1s)Open 

Wild Outdoor Sculpture at Pier at Vancouver Convention Center

Wild Outdoor Sculpture at Pier at Vancouver Convention Center___

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2014-03-21 00:00:19 (13 comments, 6 reshares, 74 +1s)Open 

This is right outside the convention center where the #TED Conference is being held today.

This is right outside the convention center where the #TED Conference is being held today.___

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2014-03-19 15:34:33 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Here's the pretty amazing interview with Edward Snowden live on the TED stage yesterday.  He was live from Russia via a tele-presence robot.  No matter what your views, I think you will find this video interesting.

Here's the pretty amazing interview with Edward Snowden live on the TED stage yesterday.  He was live from Russia via a tele-presence robot.  No matter what your views, I think you will find this video interesting.___

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2014-03-19 15:33:17 (6 comments, 7 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

Here at TED Vancouver, there is a very neat outdoor sculpture (in the background).  It's 725 feet across and suspended between the buildings.  In the foreground is the AutoDesk software and early prototypes for modeling the huge work of art before it was rolled out.  I loved seeing the conception in the front and the actual in the back!

Here at TED Vancouver, there is a very neat outdoor sculpture (in the background).  It's 725 feet across and suspended between the buildings.  In the foreground is the AutoDesk software and early prototypes for modeling the huge work of art before it was rolled out.  I loved seeing the conception in the front and the actual in the back!___

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2014-03-19 15:31:16 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Here's what inspired me most on day 1 of TED in Vancouver.

Here's what inspired me most on day 1 of TED in Vancouver.___

2014-03-19 15:30:20 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

This new app in the Android store is a great way to watch videos if you like seeing more on the screen in one view. Enjoy.

This new app in the Android store is a great way to watch videos if you like seeing more on the screen in one view. Enjoy.___

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2014-02-16 04:20:35 (10 comments, 1 reshares, 70 +1s)Open 

#throughglass

#throughglass___

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2014-02-08 03:50:32 (4 comments, 4 reshares, 58 +1s)Open 

#throughglass

#throughglass___

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2013-05-09 01:17:31 (4 comments, 10 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

Dick Costolo, the CEO of Twitter, gave a great commencement speech this past weekend in Michigan.

Dick Costolo, the CEO of Twitter, gave a great commencement speech this past weekend in Michigan.___

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2013-05-05 22:42:40 (9 comments, 54 reshares, 150 +1s)Open 

This is just stunning. But you must watch it in 1080p to fully appreciate it!  Wow!

This is just stunning. But you must watch it in 1080p to fully appreciate it!  Wow!___

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2013-05-05 14:50:36 (6 comments, 24 reshares, 161 +1s)Open 

It's hard to believe LinkedIn is 10 years old today!

Take a look below at how far they've come!

It's hard to believe LinkedIn is 10 years old today!

Take a look below at how far they've come!___

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2013-05-05 00:36:47 (10 comments, 3 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

Great execution is hard, but is often the key factor in determining success. Tell me if you agree...

Great execution is hard, but is often the key factor in determining success. Tell me if you agree...___

2013-05-04 22:41:10 (3 comments, 11 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

Here's an amazing statistic on mobile that I just read:

70% of mobile searches lead to an action within an hour, while 70% of desktop searches lead to an action within a month.

I just gave a talk on the power of mobile last month below - I wish I had had that stat back then!

Here's an amazing statistic on mobile that I just read:

70% of mobile searches lead to an action within an hour, while 70% of desktop searches lead to an action within a month.

I just gave a talk on the power of mobile last month below - I wish I had had that stat back then!___

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2013-05-04 22:38:08 (2 comments, 14 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

I think that Google is working on two of the most exciting, disruptive products this century so far, with the Google self-driving car and Google Glass.  I have followed the car's progress, but the power of it really struck me in full force when I saw the image and video below.

I think that Google is working on two of the most exciting, disruptive products this century so far, with the Google self-driving car and Google Glass.  I have followed the car's progress, but the power of it really struck me in full force when I saw the image and video below.___

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2013-03-26 17:44:27 (11 comments, 7 reshares, 42 +1s)Open 

I think you need a complementary team of DIFFERENT skills to make your business successful.

Here's my blog post on that at LinkedIn:

http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130326172231-9947747-why-you-need-a-complementary-team-to-succeed?trk=mp-reader-card

I would love to hear your thoughts if you agree...

I think you need a complementary team of DIFFERENT skills to make your business successful.

Here's my blog post on that at LinkedIn:

http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130326172231-9947747-why-you-need-a-complementary-team-to-succeed?trk=mp-reader-card

I would love to hear your thoughts if you agree...___

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2013-03-24 20:45:51 (30 comments, 16 reshares, 41 +1s)Open 

The Mobile Phone Revolution is Democratic.  It's reaching everyone.

Amazingly, if you look at the top 20 countries by cell phones, the list is dominated by many low-GDP countries.

http://j.mp/Yy7tWV

The Mobile Phone Revolution is Democratic.  It's reaching everyone.

Amazingly, if you look at the top 20 countries by cell phones, the list is dominated by many low-GDP countries.

http://j.mp/Yy7tWV___

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2013-03-24 20:43:46 (5 comments, 2 reshares, 32 +1s)Open 

It's amazing - the power of the computation we walk around with us so casually every day.

This is from my presentation at Business Insider this week: http://j.mp/Yy7tWV

It's amazing - the power of the computation we walk around with us so casually every day.

This is from my presentation at Business Insider this week: http://j.mp/Yy7tWV___

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2013-03-24 19:30:39 (4 comments, 4 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

Every new technology goes through a period where people "port" the old to the new.

Usually, about a decade in, people "invent" or discover the true meaning of the new medium.

I believe we are getting there right now with the mobile revolution. I try to describe that here: http://j.mp/Yy7tWV

Every new technology goes through a period where people "port" the old to the new.

Usually, about a decade in, people "invent" or discover the true meaning of the new medium.

I believe we are getting there right now with the mobile revolution. I try to describe that here: http://j.mp/Yy7tWV___

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2013-03-24 19:20:03 (3 comments, 5 reshares, 31 +1s)Open 

I'm NOT a cook, but this STILL looks like a pretty great idea!

Tip - Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil - The herbs will infuse the oil while freezing, and the ice cubes are very handy for cooking: just pop one out and use as the base of a dish. Works best with rosemary, sage, thyme, and oregano. However, dill, basil, and mint should always be used fresh.

Photo Credithttp://bit.ly/YxHIWS
#healthyliving   #eatright   #frozenherbsinoliveoil  ___I'm NOT a cook, but this STILL looks like a pretty great idea!

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2013-03-24 19:18:44 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

The device we hold in our hands is like a "remote control for our lives."

This is from my presentation on the future potential of mobile monetization here: http://j.mp/Yy7tWV

The device we hold in our hands is like a "remote control for our lives."

This is from my presentation on the future potential of mobile monetization here: http://j.mp/Yy7tWV___

2013-03-24 19:07:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

I think that the potential in the Mobile Space is nearly unlimited right now.

Here's a link to a talk I gave earlier this week in SF on the possibilities...

I think that the potential in the Mobile Space is nearly unlimited right now.

Here's a link to a talk I gave earlier this week in SF on the possibilities...___

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2013-03-24 19:06:16 (3 comments, 6 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

This is just beautiful to me...

I've posted my third gallery of images of Taiwan, in which I explore scenery and temples around beautiful Sun Moon Lake: http://bit.ly/11qq1rB___This is just beautiful to me...

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2013-03-08 02:51:05 (5 comments, 10 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

Economist Gender Equality Index

Daily chart: Where in the rich world do women have the best chance of equal treatment at work? We have compiled our own “glass-ceiling index” to show where is best to be a working woman. Our chart reveals New Zealand is the best place for female workers followed by Norway, Sweden and Canada based on five indicators across 26 countries. View today’s chart: http://econ.st/XVu1j8___Economist Gender Equality Index

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2013-03-08 02:50:10 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

If this really works, it's pretty cool.

60% of bytes on the wire are images, and WebP provides 30-80% savings over JPEG and PNG - that's some serious impact on your bottom line and loading speed of your pages!

For the highlights of our GDL, see: http://bit.ly/VLNCDP___If this really works, it's pretty cool.

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2013-03-08 02:49:10 (1 comments, 20 reshares, 42 +1s)Open 

You must have seen this Google Glass video by now, but if you haven't, enjoy...

So guys, is this how you'd use #projectglass  ?

#ifguyshadglass  ___You must have seen this Google Glass video by now, but if you haven't, enjoy...

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2013-03-08 02:48:15 (2 comments, 7 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

Our brains are alike?

This is not a cat video.
It's a video suggesting that the brain structures that perceive "optical illusions" are probably deeply rooted, or they would not be common to species as different as human and cat.

#neuroscience   #illusion  ___Our brains are alike?

2013-03-03 04:29:09 (11 comments, 6 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

This is actually unbelievable, a FULL password reset for ALL Evernote users. Wow!

Important: Evernote just implemented a service-wide password reset. Please read our post for details and instructions.___This is actually unbelievable, a FULL password reset for ALL Evernote users. Wow!

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2013-03-02 16:27:20 (4 comments, 15 reshares, 44 +1s)Open 

8 Hours That Will Change Your Life..

From the more than 120 TED Talks this past week, I chose the 31 that were the most powerful, inspiring, and educational to me.

I hope this list is helpful to you. Enjoy!

http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130302052555-9947747-my-favorite-31-talks-from-ted-2013?trk=mp-reader-card

8 Hours That Will Change Your Life..

From the more than 120 TED Talks this past week, I chose the 31 that were the most powerful, inspiring, and educational to me.

I hope this list is helpful to you. Enjoy!

http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130302052555-9947747-my-favorite-31-talks-from-ted-2013?trk=mp-reader-card___

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2013-03-02 14:13:52 (1 comments, 4 reshares, 38 +1s)Open 

This is awesome, and worth the wait.

Arc de Triomphe

I just love the Arc de Triomphe, I love taking it's picture standing on the corner of the Champs Elysées, I love climbing up it's stairs and seeing Paris stretched out in front of me, and I love walking under it's arches and seeing all the city names of places they conquered (quite a few of which were in the country I'm originally from, whoops).

So when I was there last year I spend about an hour waiting for that perfect moment where I could take this shot without any of the always present traffic in the way ruining it's timeless beauty. Waiting for an hour really isn't so bad when you have hundreds of tourists of all kinds keeping you company, and this as a view. And I think the shot was well worth it.___This is awesome, and worth the wait.

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2013-03-02 14:12:55 (0 comments, 8 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

I saw this talk a few days ago and it's pretty awesome. I really recommend it!

___I saw this talk a few days ago and it's pretty awesome. I really recommend it!

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2013-03-02 14:11:58 (3 comments, 7 reshares, 26 +1s)Open 

Don't you hate when this happens?

Mobile version of XKCD!   
http://m.xkcd.com/1174/

Wonder why they don't have an App?  Maybe the comic below :)

via +Ade Oshineye ___Don't you hate when this happens?

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2013-02-27 22:55:29 (15 comments, 91 reshares, 187 +1s)Open 

This is LITERALLY Mind-Boggling.

This was a TED Talk this morning about "reading minds" with brain scanning, and this video shows startling things that are just becoming possible.

Here's a summary of Mary Lou Jepsen's talk:
http://blog.ted.com/2013/02/27/reading-minds-with-a-brain-scanner-its-happening-mary-lou-jepsen-at-ted2013/

This is LITERALLY Mind-Boggling.

This was a TED Talk this morning about "reading minds" with brain scanning, and this video shows startling things that are just becoming possible.

Here's a summary of Mary Lou Jepsen's talk:
http://blog.ted.com/2013/02/27/reading-minds-with-a-brain-scanner-its-happening-mary-lou-jepsen-at-ted2013/___

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2013-02-27 17:54:01 (22 comments, 57 reshares, 182 +1s)Open 

This is the FUNNIEST advertisement I have ever seen.

This is just brilliantly incredible. They just showed this at TED 2013 and I haven't laughed that hard in a long time. I hope you enjoy it!

This is the FUNNIEST advertisement I have ever seen.

This is just brilliantly incredible. They just showed this at TED 2013 and I haven't laughed that hard in a long time. I hope you enjoy it!___

2013-02-27 17:48:32 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

#ifihadglass  I would build an application framework that would automatically learn the most salient parts of my life to capture, and index, and use feedback from how much I use things / search for things again, to make the search results more relevant over time.  The goal would be to help me manage the new large stream of information that will be commonplace with Glass.

#ifihadglass  I would build an application framework that would automatically learn the most salient parts of my life to capture, and index, and use feedback from how much I use things / search for things again, to make the search results more relevant over time.  The goal would be to help me manage the new large stream of information that will be commonplace with Glass.___

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2013-02-27 16:07:17 (10 comments, 24 reshares, 67 +1s)Open 

Here are the top 10 Things I learned at Day 1 of TED 2013:

Day 1 of TED 2013 is already complete, and it has been a whirlwind, to say the least. If Day 1 alone had been the entire conference (and there’s 3 more days to go!) it would have already exceeded many conferences in the world in terms of impact on my thinking.
Here are some of the things I learned on this first day:

1. Tylar Skibbets of MIT spoke about the amazing possibility of bringing the ideas of self-organized assembly that have been advanced with micro-devices up to the macro scale.  Not just to toys and to hand-held sized devices, but even up to the size of buildings and architectural scale.  It’s an amazing concept – and one that I had never heard about – and it opens up incredible possibilities to “shape” the world around us in more useful and interesting ways.

2. Susan Kish spoke aboutthe importanc... more »

Here are the top 10 Things I learned at Day 1 of TED 2013:

Day 1 of TED 2013 is already complete, and it has been a whirlwind, to say the least. If Day 1 alone had been the entire conference (and there’s 3 more days to go!) it would have already exceeded many conferences in the world in terms of impact on my thinking.
Here are some of the things I learned on this first day:

1. Tylar Skibbets of MIT spoke about the amazing possibility of bringing the ideas of self-organized assembly that have been advanced with micro-devices up to the macro scale.  Not just to toys and to hand-held sized devices, but even up to the size of buildings and architectural scale.  It’s an amazing concept – and one that I had never heard about – and it opens up incredible possibilities to “shape” the world around us in more useful and interesting ways.

2. Susan Kish spoke about the importance of learning to code.  As Marc Andreessen says, “software is eating the world,” and Susan had an interesting proposition that maybe learning to code is the new learning to speak Chinese.

3. Helen Fisher gave a very interesting talk on why people fall in love with one another, and what does the “chemistry” mean in relationships.  She also talked about whether each of us prioritizes “loyalty” or “interestingness” in our friends. She brought up the idea of a new “Platinum” rule, to supersede the Golden Rule, of treating others like you would like to be treated.  Her Platinum rule is treat others the way THEY would like to be treated.
4. Juan Enriquez talked about how our new “digital tattoos,” i.e. the things we say and do online, are keeping us around forever.  He proposed that maybe Andy Warhol had it backwards, and that possibly in the future, we’ll each just be anonymous for 15 minutes.

5. Robert Gordon and Erik Brynjolfsson had a very interesting debate on the future of growth.  Robert argues that growth was slowing, for structural, productivity, and demographic reasons, and Erik argued the opposite, that technological and productivity advances were continuing at an unabated or even accelerated pace.  The TED audience agreed with Erik almost 9 to 1, but I feel that some of Robert’s arguments were very strong.  Erik pointed out that a child’s Playstation today is more powerful than the most powerful Military SuperComputer in 1996, and also that 15 years ago the best supercomputer best Gary Kasparov at Chess.  Today, a cellphone can beat a Grand Master at Chess.  When pressed about progress, he said, “the goal of progress should be to make people happier, not to produce more.”  Robert Gordon, on the other hand, said, “what good is a world with snazzy machines and great music for free, if we don’t have gainful employment for people?”  It certainly is a very interesting conundrum – trying to explain the current productivity/employment gap.

6. Bono gave a tour-de-force talk on the progress we have made on our goals to reduce poverty, but how we cannot let up, and his views on the things we need to continue to do to accelerate that progress.  He shared some powerful facts.  First, if we continue on our current trajectory, we can reduce the number of people living on less than $1 per day to ZERO by 2030.  His biggest point – we can’t take this continuation for granted – we must use every tool we have invented, and new ones.

7. Artist Phil Hansen talked about how he used the “limits” of his neurological disease of his shaking arm to actually create limitless art, pushing boundaries beyond belief.  It was extremely inspirational to see how he used limits to DRIVE creativity.

8. Professor Stuart Firestein gave a short course on “ignorance” to make his point that science and life work differently than we sometimes expect. He showed how in his view, each piece of knowledge we gain exposes new “layers” of ignorance. In his view, it’s not like an onion, where as we peel away each layer we always get closer to the kernel of truth. He says that sometimes – in fact usually – there is no kernel.

9. President of University of Maryland – Freeman Hrabowski gave an extremely passionate talk about setting high expectations for EVERY child.  He gave many examples about how high expectations can give students a sense of self, and closed with, “If a student has a sense of self, it’s amazing how their dreams and values can make all the difference in the world.”

10. And finally, a perfect segue from the preceding speakers, was the awarding of the $1 million dollar TED prize to Sugata Mitra. Sugata has an amazing dream for what he calls S.O.L.E., or self-organized learning environment.  He believes you can step back and create a global, scalable environment for kids to teach other kids.  He believes that kids making discoveries with their peers is not only the most powerful, but also the most scalable method of teaching children. He shows experiments that he has done to prove this success – and they were extremely impressive – and now this prize will allow him to scale his efforts.  It was a remarkable vision, and talk, and it’s online here: http://blog.ted.com/2013/02/26/a-school-in-the-cloud-sugata-mitra-accepts-the-ted-prize-at-ted2013/

All in all, this was an amazing Day 1, and Day 2 starts in ½ and hour.  Can’t wait to expand my mind some more!___

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2013-02-26 23:04:06 (6 comments, 10 reshares, 40 +1s)Open 

Bono gave an amazing talk just now at TED 2013. A few quotes here:

"Humanity's long slow journey towards equality is speeding up." Bono sharing his optimism about progress.

"7,256 fewer children are dying per day. Have you heard/read ANYTHING as important as that?"

"2028 is just around the corner. It's just about 3 Rolling Stones farewell concerts away."

"The vaccine for corruption is transparency, and technology is turbo-charging this."

Bono gave an amazing talk just now at TED 2013. A few quotes here:

"Humanity's long slow journey towards equality is speeding up." Bono sharing his optimism about progress.

"7,256 fewer children are dying per day. Have you heard/read ANYTHING as important as that?"

"2028 is just around the corner. It's just about 3 Rolling Stones farewell concerts away."

"The vaccine for corruption is transparency, and technology is turbo-charging this."___

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2013-02-26 19:19:28 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

"Congress' approval rating is now worse than Cockroaches & Donald Trump, but at least it's better than Meth Labs & Gonorrhea." -Jen Granholm at TED 2013!

"Congress' approval rating is now worse than Cockroaches & Donald Trump, but at least it's better than Meth Labs & Gonorrhea." -Jen Granholm at TED 2013!___

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2013-02-26 17:32:48 (52 comments, 287 reshares, 586 +1s)Open 

TED just showed this absolutely hysterical ad - 1 of their 10 most world-changing ads.  It's really great, and worth a watch. Enjoy!

TED just showed this absolutely hysterical ad - 1 of their 10 most world-changing ads.  It's really great, and worth a watch. Enjoy!___

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2013-02-26 17:05:37 (9 comments, 18 reshares, 38 +1s)Open 

ShaoLan at TED just showed an amazing new method of teaching Chinese that she invented. It takes the shapes of the Chinese characters, simplifies them, and turns them into visual mnemonics that are just amazingly clever. Here's a picture of some of them. When this talk comes online, I really recommend it!

For example, the character on the left below is fire, the next is tree, then next is sun, moon, etc.

What an amazingly great abstract way to step out of the complexity and work your way into memorability.

ShaoLan at TED just showed an amazing new method of teaching Chinese that she invented. It takes the shapes of the Chinese characters, simplifies them, and turns them into visual mnemonics that are just amazingly clever. Here's a picture of some of them. When this talk comes online, I really recommend it!

For example, the character on the left below is fire, the next is tree, then next is sun, moon, etc.

What an amazingly great abstract way to step out of the complexity and work your way into memorability.___

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2013-02-23 04:47:02 (13 comments, 19 reshares, 119 +1s)Open 

When will we see people walking in the streets with these?

Apple Glass.... They win!___When will we see people walking in the streets with these?

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2013-02-21 01:58:23 (15 comments, 19 reshares, 56 +1s)Open 

Google Glass Is Amazing and I predict it will impact our lives in incredible and varied ways!

Future of directions? 

What would you do if you had +Project Glass?
Answer with #ifihadglass

More info: http://www.google.com/glass/start/how-to-get-one/___Google Glass Is Amazing and I predict it will impact our lives in incredible and varied ways!

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2013-02-20 00:14:19 (5 comments, 2 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

Here's why I think there has never been a better time in history to be an entrepreneur.

I would love to hear your thoughts.

Here's why I think there has never been a better time in history to be an entrepreneur.

I would love to hear your thoughts.___

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2013-02-19 00:53:25 (24 comments, 17 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

My "Moonshot" SolveForX is to make Solar Energy Cheaper than Fossil Fuels with NO subsidies.

Here's a video of my talk on this to Google Executives below.

My "Moonshot" SolveForX is to make Solar Energy Cheaper than Fossil Fuels with NO subsidies.

Here's a video of my talk on this to Google Executives below.___

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