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Are you a giver or a taker? 2016 TED Talk by Adam Grant, with Reddit AMA
Kindness Boomerang by Orly Wahba of Life Vest Inside
Can we engineer the end of ageing with CRISPR? by Harvard biologist Daisy Robinton
The Audience's Journey: Three Frameworks You Need to Create Powerful Presentations and Tell Compelling Stories, by Nancy Duarte, Resonate
The man who put up $1.5 million to save 200 Syrian refugees
How the rise of the alphabet and analytical thought came at great cost to synthetic and systems level thinkers (women).
Overpopulation: The Human Explosion Explained, by Kurzgesagt
What’s the most satisfying job in the world? You’d be surprised.
How to Build Your Own Starter House in Just 5 Steps for $25,000
What You Need to Know About CRISPR, by Ellen Jorgensen
The Best Public Speaking Strategies According to Science
Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch?
Google's Billion Dollar Longevity Venture Calico appointed Machine Learning expert Daphne Koller to employ AI to the science of aging.
How Over-the-Counter Data Can Save Lives, by Dr Jenny Grant Rankin
One Race, Every Medalist Ever: Video comparison of every Men's 100 Meter Dash medalist since the 1896 Olympics...
Is Your Job Robot-Proof?
Why You Should Invest More In Relationships
How to Write a Book Now: Nine Basic Plots
Candy Chang TED Talk: Before I die I want to...
Neri Oxman TED Talk: Design at the intersection of technology and biology
Adam Grant TED Talk: The surprising habits of original thinkers
The Fringe Benefits of Failure - JK Rowling TED Talk YouTube transcript
Similarities Between Game of Thrones and the Wars of the Roses
You have no idea where camels really come from, by Latif Nasser
Parents' views on failure (and not intelligence) are important in cultivating a growth mindset.
The Most Important Lesson Schools Can Teach Kids About Reading: It's Fun, by Jeffrey Wilhelm and Michael Smith, The Atlantic
The Day TED Might Have Died, by Chris Anderson
Susan Cain on why it’s ok to eat alone
Failure Is Moving Science Forward, by FiveThirtyEight
General Fusion: the secretive, billionaire-backed plans to harness fusion
When Two Monkeys Were Paid Unequally for the Same Task
How to Beat Procrastination | Wait But Why
Coding: The New Cornerstone of Education?
EMT Matthew O'Reilly is regularly asked, "Am I dying?” He responds with the honest answer.
IBM Watson ingested 2000 TED Talks to answer your deepest questions.
World Economic Forum on the Fourth Industrial Revolution disrupting the Future of Jobs by 2020: 5 million jobs will be lost.
We need to talk about TED, by Benjamin Bratton
Why rejection hurts so much - and what you can do about it, by Guy Winch, TED
Faith Dickey, a girl walking with high heels on the rope...
What making music does to your brain
A.I. is progressing so fast we need a basic guaranteed income. ~Jeremy Howard to Paul Saffo
Compared to other primates human sleep is exceptionally short and deep. This pattern may have helped give rise to our powerful minds.
Can you solve the prisoner hat riddle?
Larry Lessig says our democracy no longer represents the people, and here's how to fix it.
The future of pharmaceutical science is gene therapy.
Sex mathematician Clio Cresswell talks about female and male hormone equations on Conan
Self "Could You Love Me Now" may be the most impressive backwards music video you'll ever see.
Why I Chose The Gun And Then Silicon Valley
2 billion jobs will disappear by 2030.
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