We will walk and talk about a specific TED Talk that has been "assigned" for viewing for each week. (Think book club but without all of the reading!) The walk itself will be similar to those we do on Thursdays, except slightly shorter. Please see any "Thursday Evening Stroll" for details about the walk itself.
If you are not familiar with TED, you can check out the site at http://www.ted.com/. We will take recommendations for future talks; please post them to this discussion or tell us at one of the walks. When you recommend a walk, we ask that you also recommend a date and/or tell us your availability so that we can schedule your suggestion on an evening that you will be there. If your recommended talk is selected, please make every effort to attend that evening's walk.
For this walk, our assigned TED Talk is David R. Dow: Lessons from death row inmates.
No questions, but discuss what you think of David's ideas for reform.
Tina, Alan [masked]), and Eric