Posted by: y4ku24 | November 2, 2009

This Month’s Feature: Introducing, TED

Hello everyone! Hisashiburi (long-time-no-see)!

I have been meaning to share with you guys a website that I truly like, and since I am a little caught up with my thesis/lab work, I think this is the best time to introduce it.

Have any of you heard of a website called TED? Basically it is a website where you can enjoy talks from famous creative people in past TED conferences held each year. They are not merely famous, but they have GREAT IDEAS. Ideas worth sharing, as their motto says. What is interesting is that they invite experts from all types of fields, from psychology to music, from religion to biology.

Try and check it out. I am sure you will enjoy at least some of videos featured inside, especially if you are an IDEA LOVER (don’t know if that makes any sense!). And I don’t get any commission by introducing this website, by the way. Of course, you don’t have to watch all the videos at once, but at least you have an alternative to go to whenever you get frustrated that I haven’t updated my blog!

You can search for yourself some good talks in there, but if you want a quick sneak peek at some of the ‘good ones’, here are a few speakers which made my list:

1 ) John Francis walks the earth (About earth and the environment. Hear his story of not talking for 17 years!)

2 ) Malcolm Gladwell on spaghetti sauce (On consumer psychology)

3 ) Robert Full: Learning from the gecko’s tail (On learning about how nature works)

4 ) Dan Ariely asks, are we in control of our own decisions? (On our own psychological irrationality)

5 ) Woody Norris invents amazing things (On some cool inventions)

6 ) Ken Robinson says school kills creativity (Lookng at school education from another point of view)

7Β  ) Rory Sutherland: Life lessons from an ad man (On how we see things makes all the difference)

8 ) David Pogue says “Simplicity sells” (On intelligent design)

9 ) Tony Robbins asks why we do what we do (On human psychology)

…and much more!

Welcome to TED, haven for idea lovers.

P.S.: If there are any others that you like, feel free to share it with us!

-y4ku24 l0v35 T3D-

Robert Full: Learning from the gecko’s tail



  1. whoaa.syoknyer TED!thanx ;p

  2. Sounds like a very interesting site. Thanks for sharing! Semoga dipermudahkan dengan urusan thesis ye. (wow..thesis..student undergrad hanya mampu terpana setiap kali mendengar perkataan thesis)


  3. Itay Talgam: Lead like the great conductors
    (Sangat menarik utk review semula how diri kita or others lead)

    Bjarke Ingels: 3 warp-speed architecture tales
    (Sebab saya sukakan design, this is one of my favourites)

    Bak kata derang, JAW-DROPPING

  4. @realisticjunky: no prob!

    @Aki: terima kasih kerana mendoakan. ala, time pmr/spm dulu panggil karangan, time univ panggil thesis, benda sama je. huhu.

    @inda: thanks for sharing! saya lebih suka behavioral science, tu yang byk psl tu je. huhu.

  5. great site! i think ive come across it like eons ago. kinda glad to see it again.

  6. Assalamualaikum wbt..
    Kadangkala seronok mendengar perbahasan orang bijak pandai.
    Baru-baru ini saya pernah menonton video bekas Presiden Amerika Syarikat,Al Gore tentang pemanasan global.
    Bagi saya menonton video perbahasan Al Gore bukan sahaja ilmu tentang pemanasan global sahaja yang telah dipelajari malah ilmu tentang bagaimana untuk membuat presentation dengan baik sekali.

  7. assalamualaikum,
    this TED website is really good, ideas worth spreading bak taglinenya.. and tis free!!..maafkn aku yg xsebarkn psl ted website nie..

  8. Thanks for sharing with us this website! πŸ™‚

    p/s : Btw, I’m so impressed with the water book. It’s so amazing and never thought that water really have a big impact in human. And, seems like afta my research complete for water in capital city, maybe I can relate water with genetics field (my degree field!) Heheh.. Thank you so much. Jika ada rezeki kite jumpa lagi, I blanje la plk..ok? May God bless you πŸ™‚

  9. @xtauxpe: πŸ™‚

    @`atiqah: waalaikumsalaam warahmatUllah. the inconvenient truth kan? mmg menarik fakta dan cara penyampaian dia. tp ada juga yg menyangkal fakta yang dia ketengahkan. menarik juga utk dikaji perdebatan global warming nih. πŸ˜€

    @adz: yup, mmg bes sbb free! nak gi conference dia mahal gilaks, adi tgk video je la. hihi.

    @Aliyah: thanks for the comment. πŸ™‚
    hebatkan kejadian air? and somebody said water is ‘simple je’…:P
    your welcome. ada lagi satu buku dia sebelum buku tu, ‘The Hidden Messages in Water’. Banyak gak info yg sama dlm buku yg awak ada tu, tp ada juga additional info. kalo berminat leh la carik kat kinokuniya ke, kalo2 ada la. tak pasti la plak.

  10. salam alaik..
    wah..warungkampung yg sgt ilmiah..
    bleh up lagi pasni..jadi restoran plak..

  11. waalaikumsalaam dan salam ukhwah.

    saya suka nak kekalkan kewarungan warung ni… πŸ˜‰

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