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Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. Today we have designer Jake Barton, Principal of the New York media design firm, Local Projects. Jake creates interactive and digital exhibits for the likes of the 9/11 Memorial Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. Today we’re watching conceptual artist Hetain Patel who asks: how do we decide who we are? Patel’s surprising performance, Be Like Water, plays with identity, language, and accent — and challenges you to think deeper than … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. Today we are watching writer and activist Eve Ensler who shares how a discussion about menopause with her friends led to talking about all sorts of sexual acts onstage, waging a global campaign to … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. This week we’re watching author and illustrator Maira Kalman who talks about her life and work, from her covers for The New Yorker to her books for children and grown-ups. She is as wonderful, wise, … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. This week we’re watching novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie who talks about how our lives and cultures are composed of many overlapping stories. Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. This week we have spoken word poet Sarah Kay telling the story of her metamorphosis from a wide-eyed teenager soaking in verse at New York’s Bowery Poetry Club to a teacher connecting kids with the … Continue reading
As you may or may not know, Jenny McCarthy will be replacing Joy Behar on the daytime talk show “The View.” This doesn’t sound like big news to me, but the internet has been ablaze with folks screaming about how … Continue reading