Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 16-08-2011
A VERY cool ted talk
A VERY cool ted talk
You might remember Morgan Spurlock from the documentary Super Size Me that was released a few years ago. Well, his latest documentary, “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”, is all about branding & product placement. It looks to be worth watching.
He recently appeared as a TED speaker, discussing his latest movie. Definitely a very entertaining talk. Check it out, then take a look at the trailer for his latest film.
I have to say, I quite like this performance. This is one of my favorite songs, wasnt sure how he would pull it off, but good job
There is something about this Ze Frank Ted talk that is not only very interesting, but very inspirational in a round about way. Definitely worth a watch, you’ll be glad you did.
Saw this video posted to TED today. Here is the YouTube Version. It’s very interesting to watch, but if you listen to the message, its equally as interesting and thought provoking.
It’s not what you are thinking, but it is a very interesting TED talk. Be sure to check it out, makes you think a little and has some humor thrown in too
This Ted talk is a bit more serious than most of the videos I post to the site. Its very interesting however, and well worth the 20 minutes.
Jamie Oliver discusses Food & Obesity. He is truly passionate about what he has to say, and the message is very clear – and near impossible to disagree with.
I work from home. Don’t make fun of me, but on my lunch breaks I used to leave my desk, walk to the kitchen, prepare lunch, and go plop down on the couch and watch Judge Judy. Yes, Judge Judy.
But I am largely recovered. Lately Instead I have been plopping down on the couch with my laptop and tuning into TED.com. I hadn’t realized how many interesting videos there were here. Some hilarious, some informative, but most very entertaining.
Today while eating my pancakes, (yes I had pancakes for lunch), I tuned into this great video about a 4am conspiracy. Very well done, very well thought out, and very funny. Definitely worth the 9 minutes to watch it!
If you have never checked out TED.com, you should do so. There are presentations from professionals on nearly all topics, and most are extremely interesting.
The latest one I saw that I found very interesting was Dan Buettner, How to live to be 100+.
Here’s the video: