New York, NYUSA
March 12, 2014
Ze Frank or Kees Moliker. Of course the Malcolm Gladwell one is great as well as the TedX talk about crafting the perfect TED talk by Sebastian Wernicke (who then had that simulator made where you can produce your own none sense perfect TED talk). Also there's the other one by the woman who wrote Eat Pray Love. I could go on and on but as you can see a favorite TED talk is kind of an oxymoron. I suppose the whole point of the TED is to always have awesome talks therefore even if you had a favorite it may well be replaced in the near future or by happenstance since there are hundreds to view and hundreds more you yourself have not seen.
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