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The mind of a murderer, saving the earth’s soil and how we might be shaping human evolution


The stars of your favorite TED Talks have been busy over the past week. Below, a few newsy highlights.

Powerful films from 5 young people: What health inequality looks like in the US

By Michael Painter.  For some of us, it’s easy to choose to be healthy. We can’t control whether disease or accidents strike, but we can decide where we live and what we eat, as well as if, when and how much we’ll exercise.

The red TED letters go out to play: Building TED2015’s logo photobooth


Five hard-working registration desk staffers take a break to play with the TED letters, at a photo op built by our in-house tech team.

Sketched takeaways from TED2015


At Moleskine’s #IdeasNoted exhibit at TED2015, illustrator Brad Ovenell-Carter took image-focused notes on the conference in a “Smart Notebook” that makes digital sharing of the written word easy.

Name that story, in four images: A game


There’s a quiet corner at TED, with two comfortable chairs, a table with some paper and pencils, and a well-placed box of tissues.

Imagine walking a mile in someone else’s headline: Monica Lewinsky speaks at TED2015


Monica Lewinsky is one of very few people over the age of 40 who has no interest in being 22 again. “At the age of 22, I fell in love with my boss,” she says bluntly as she begins her talk on the TED2015 stage, her hands clasped in front of her.

5 tips for conducting an interview with someone you care about, using StoryCorps’ new app


Anybody with a smartphone can now be a part of the StoryCorps movement. As TED Prize Winner Dave Isay reveals in today’s talk, you no longer have to travel to a StoryCorps mobile booth to capture an interview with a friend, family member or stranger because StoryCorps has created an app, available free to the public.

Behind-the-scenes gallery: TED2015 comes to a close


Neri Oxman wows the audience with the “first wearable digestive system.” Read more about her talk. Photo: Bret Hartman/TED An attendee tries on a full Ebola treatment suit, which takes up to 11 minutes to put on. The Gates Notes brought the suits to TED2015 to powerfully underscore the point that the tools, treatments and systems we have in place are not enough for the next epidemic.

Name that story, in four images: A game


There’s a quiet corner at TED, with two comfortable chairs, a table with some paper and pencils, and a well-placed box of tissues.

Reflections on TED2015: What people are saying around the web


David Rothkopf was a huge TED skeptic—until he attended TED2015. “I was wrong about TED. In a big way,” he says.

Watch TED Talks on your Apple TV


On our new Apple TV app, you can play a talk or opt to “watch later.” All talks that you save for future viewing are synced with your TED.com account, so you can watch them on your desktop or on your television screen.

Signs of friendship: A conversation between Christine Sun Kim & Renée Hlozek

Above, Christine Sun Kim and Renée Hlozek share a snippet of conversation using American Sign Language and the Big Words app.

The TED2015 conference in 30 quotes


TED2015 featured more than 90 speakers, and more than 20 hours of talks. We turned our perceptions inside-out, saw some new technology, traveled to space more than once, heard astounding life stories, learned about unusual materials, rethought artistic expression and contemplated the divides of society, with an eye toward ending injustice.

Behind-the-scenes gallery: TED2015 comes to a close


Neri Oxman wows the audience with the “first wearable digestive system.” Read more about her talk. Photo: Bret Hartman/TED An attendee tries on a full Ebola treatment suit, which takes up to 11 minutes to put on. The Gates Notes brought the suits to TED2015 to powerfully underscore the point that the tools, treatments and systems we have in place are not enough for the next epidemic.

Pop-Up Magazine: The engrossing talks of Session 8 of TED2015


Dawn Landes performs a song from her new musical, about a woman who rowed the Atlantic Ocean solo. Photo: Bret Hartman/TED Pop-Up Magazine is “something like a reading,” only not.

Just and Unjust: A recap of the powerful talks of Session 9 at TED2015


The Session 9 speakers — Rev. Jeffrey Brown, Sarah Jones, Alice Goffman, Clint Smith, Monica Lewinsky, and Gary Haugen — pose for a group photo on stage.

Imagine walking a mile in someone else’s headline: Monica Lewinsky speaks at TED2015


“Public humiliation as a blood sport has to stop,” says Monica Lewinsky onstage at TED2015. “We need to return to a long-held value of compassion and empathy.” Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED.

“Love brings self-confidence”: 7 quotes from His Holiness the Dalai Lama at TED2015


Dalai Lama in conversation with Chris Anderson. On the final day of TED2015, Curator Chris Anderson reveals an exclusive video conversation between him and his Holiness the Dalai Lama, filmed in Vancouver in October 2014.

Name that story, in four images: A StoryCorps game


There’s a quiet corner at TED, with two comfortable chairs, a table with some paper and pencils, and a well-placed box of tissues.

Passion and Consequence: The inspiring talks in Session 11 of TED2015


Cold-water surf photographer Chris Burkard shares the joy of being really, really, really cold. Photo: Bret Hartman/TED Passion.


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