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Fichamento I - A Cauda Longa

Capítulo I
“Os dados sobre vendas e as tendências desses serviços e de outros semelhantes revelam que a economia emergente do entretenimento digital será radicalmente diferente da que caracterizava o mercado de massa.” 1,687 more words


What's behind the split in the conservative movement? A conversation onstage at TED HQ

At TED HQ in New York on Wednesday, TED curator Chris Anderson moderated a lively conversation between Eliot A. Cohen, professor of strategic studies at Johns Hopkins University who served in the State Department during the George W. 893 more words


Can we heal the fractured political conversation? A talk with Gretchen Carlson and David Brooks

In conversation with TED curator Chris Anderson at TED HQ in New York on Wednesday, New York Times columnist David Brooks and journalist Gretchen Carlson discussed how and why America has become so polarized — and where we can find common ground. 959 more words



Chef Ken Duckworth out did himself in the fabulous and delicious department!

Jenn did an outstanding job leading the discussion last night at The Great Gatsby… 222 more words


TED Talks are going desi with a little help from Bollywood's biggest star

Big ideas are coming soon to Indian television screens.

TED, known for its glitzy global conferences featuring the best and brightest in tech, design, and entertainment, as well as its viral videos on topics ranging from exploring Antarctica to the power of introverts, plans to launch a television series in partnership with Star India. 351 more words

"Humanity can rise to the challenge": Yuval Harari in conversation at TED Dialogues

How to explain the stunning political upheaval of 2016 — Brexit in the UK and Donald Trump’s election to the presidency in the US — as well as the current and ongoing atmosphere of division, discontent and disquiet that fills many people’s lives? 798 more words


Watch: Yuval Harari in conversation with TED's Chris Anderson

In this one-hour video from TED headquarters, curator Chris Anderson sits down with historian and social critic Yuval Noah Harari to talk about this extraordinary moment in time — when nationalism is pitted against globalism, while the world is facing a job-loss crisis most of us are not even expecting. Rewatch this Facebook Live video: