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How to sound smart while giving your TED talk:
-mouser (March 26, 2016, 10:55 AM)
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Thank you mouser!
Actually, don't know whether to thank you or curse you  :-\.  Gave up on TED after the 3rd or 4th viewing, when it became evident that the presentations were more political/opinion than truly informational/scientific.  Now I'll have to find the time to go back and review the few that I watched, and watch a few more, with this in mind (hence the possible curse  :P).  In either case, this has been the most educational and informative TED that I've seen or am likely to see (prejudgement?!?)

Funny thing is, I learned [or maybe not?] all this when I was given presentation training.  Just hadn't thought to apply it to TED  :mad: [sigh /].

Stoic Joker:
Mouser - That was by far the coolest presentation I've ever seen. :Thmbsup:

I recommend this TED Talk by Sir Ken Robinson even just (or especially) for the laughs! :D

İs that any other video from TED group


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