This Week’s TED Talks on Twitterby Emma Siemasko Published in Entrepreneurship, Tips & Tricks on
We’re always excited to learn about new things happening in the world, which is why we’re such big fans of TEDTalks. If you haven’t checked out TED, the site shows video lecture on all sorts of topics, from entrepreneurship to genetics, to psychology, to education, and more.
Small business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals, educators and others can benefit from tuning in to what the world’s experts have to say. It can be hard to keep track of what’s new on TED, so it’s worthwhile to follow @Tedtalks on Twitter. You never know what (or who!) you’ll find.
Edith Widder, an oceanographer and inventor, shares how her team was able to get the elusive giant squid on film in “How we found the giant squid.”
Today’s #TED Talk: How we found + filmed the giant squid on.ted.com/GiantSquid HT @teamorca #TED2013
— TEDTalks Updates (@tedtalks) March 5, 2013
Shane Koyczan, a poet, performs his poem “To This Day,” which is a powerful story about bullying and growing up as a kid who is different.
Thanks to everyone for spreading the word about my Ted talk. I’m in awe of all of this kindness. Thank you.ted.com/talks/shane_ko… — Shane Koyczan (@Koyczan) March 9, 2013
Amanda Palmer, an artist and musician whose band crowdsourced their funding after a decision to leave their label, describes how powerful it can be to ask for what you need in “The art of asking”
my #TEDtalk2013 is here: bit.ly/AFPTEDTalk – and you can download my music for FREE/PWYW here bit.ly/AFPshop — Amanda Palmer (@amandapalmer) March 4, 2013
Bruce Maisonnier works at Aldebaran Robotics and choreographs dances for little robots called Naos. Watch these striking, inspiring, and human-like robots and listen to Maisonner’s insights in “Dance, tiny robots!”
Just shown at #TED2013, now front page on TED.com : Dance, tiny robots! on.ted.com/Robodance
— TEDTalks Updates (@tedtalks) February 26, 2013
Michael Dickinson, a professor of biology at the University of Washington, has been nicknamed “fly guy” for his work with drosophila, better known as the fruit fly. Here he gives a talk on “How a fly flies”
Today’s #TED: How, physically, do flies fly with such delicate wings? A look at the magic of a fly’s brain. on.ted.com/MichaelDickins…
— TEDTalks Updates (@tedtalks) February 22, 2013
Have you watched any great TEDTalks lately? Have any all-time favorites? Share in the comments below or tweet us @Grasshopper.