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10 weird things I accidentally learned about New York


New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town! Here’s one of my favorite images of it, created by George Schlegel lithographers in 1873, while the Brooklyn Bridge was under construction.

What’s it like to live with locked-in syndrome? One family’s experience


Kitra Cahana shares the extraordinary story of her father’s brain stem stroke, a catastrophe that transformed into an inspiring spiritual journey.

Andrew Bastawrous’ bakery for better eye care gets lift off, the Sleepy Man Banjo Boys make a video, and more


As always, members of the TED community have been very busy the past few weeks. Below, just a few of them making the news: Earlier this month, Mazda promised to fund one of four projects dreamed up by TED Fellows — based on your votes.

How do we stop the spread of Ebola? A Q&A at TEDGlobal 2014


Chikwe Ihekweazu speaks at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED Ten years ago, epidemiologist Chikwe Ihekweazu helped fight an outbreak in South Sudan.

What’s it like to live with locked-in syndrome? A TED Fellow shares her father’s inspiring experience, in words and images


Kitra Cahana shares the extraordinary story of her father’s brain stem stroke, a catastrophe that transformed into an inspiring spiritual journey.

Reflections on TEDGlobal 2014, from the community


TEDGlobal 2014 brought our conference to the tropics. Here’s what the community had to say following this conference all about the theme “South!

What’s it like to live with locked-in syndrome? A TED Fellow shares her father’s inspiring experience, in words and images


Kitra Cahana shares the extraordinary story of her father’s brain stem stroke, a catastrophe that transformed into an inspiring spiritual journey.

Want to learn how to give a great talk? Chris Anderson is writing the official TED guide to public speaking


In the book, “Talk This Way! The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking,” our curator Chris Anderson will give insights on what makes a talk great.

New ideas from a small island: A support group for women in business, inspired by TEDxNicosiaWomen


A talk at TEDxNicosiaWomen lead to a thriving discussion group for female business leaders on an island where such a thing is a rarity.

Musings of a male granny: This retired schoolteacher spends his free time Skyping with Indian schoolkids


Kids at a school in India gather around a computer as David Swancott leads a School in the Cloud session.

A Q&A: How we can stop the spread of Ebola


Chikwe Ihekweazu speaks at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED Ten years ago, epidemiologist Chikwe Ihekweazu helped fight an outbreak in South Sudan.

“National boundaries are not respected by infectious diseases”: Chikwe Ihekweazu on the Ebola epidemic at TEDGlobal 2014


Chikwe Ihekweazu in a fascinating Q&A about the Ebola epidemic at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED Ten years ago, epidemiologist Chikwe Ihekweazu helped fight an outbreak in South Sudan.

An animated lesson full of adorable animals made of autumn leaves


Ten percent of plant matter gets eaten while it is alive. The other 90% falls to the ground and becomes detritus, which supports microbes, insects and, yes, us, as we feed on animals that grazed on it and plants that grow in it.

12 visions of Brazil, from 12 different creatives

To introduce the sessions of TEDGlobal 2014, curator Bruno Giussani had an idea: he asked 12 different creative teams to give 12 different visions of Brazil.

Sideways solutions and inverted explanations: A recap of session 10 of TEDGlobal 2014


Juana Molina performs at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED The thinkers in this session, “Lateral Action,” don’t go about creating change in the usual ways.

Sideways solutions and inverted explanations: A recap of session 10 of TEDGlobal 2014


Juana Molina performs at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED The thinkers in this session, “Lateral Action,” don’t go about creating change in the usual ways.

Food, water and a few other basic needs: A recap of session 9 of TEDGlobal 2014


Sipho Moyo speaks at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED This session is all about “Basic Needs.” Enjoy these talks on food, innovation, sanitation and more.

In case you missed it: Day 4 of TEDGlobal 2014


(L-R) Host Chris Anderson speaks with Chikwe Ihekweazu at TEDGlobal 2014. Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED TEDGlobal 2014 has wrapped up — here, some highlights from the last day of the conference.

Photos to close out TEDGlobal 2014


Bold, moving, challenging: TEDGlobal 2014 has just wrapped. Browse photos from the final two days of the conference, which headed South this year to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Video: Parent by parent, rebuilding trust in vaccination in Pakistan

Last year it was revealed that the CIA ran a fake vaccination campaign as cover to hunt for Bin Laden.


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