TedTalks: Elizabeth Gilbert on Creative Genius Elizabeth Gilbert is a writer and has a lifelong passion for her work. She..
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My friend, Princess, told me about this exercise she was doing. She was pretending to be homeless in the..
Still wearing that suit and tie, but now, it’s not fitting as well as before. The origins of the change..
Comedy used to look like this. And somehow, it became this. Wow. What happened, right? Many people – specifically those..
Jane McGonigal a Game Designer, Inspirational Speaker and New York Times Best Selling Author of Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us..
What makes a video go viral? What creates the impulse for shareware across the interwebs? What stimulates the mirror neurons..
Brett Gaylor’s RIP: A Remix Manifesto helped to break this conversation open. Framed around Remix, he explores how a shift from..
Emily-Anne Rigal is a change maker who started an incredible online movement: WeStopHate. WESTOPHATE is… dedicated to raising self-esteem..
A generational tidal wave is upon us, with a debate on EFFECTIVE MESSAGING at its center. For example: Why..
According to this The New York Times article, YouTube is launching a new human rights channel “to help raise awareness and provide context for..
Kathleen just posted this wonderful little video from TEDYouth by YouTube’s trends manager, Kevin Allocca, outlining the reasons why videos..
Ever since YouTube arrived on the web scene in 2005, the value beyond the insta-viral kinetics of new music and..
It’s hard to believe, but yes, YouTube is six years old. What was life like before YouTube? Think about it…