Nathalie Miebach: Art made of storms

Nathalie Miebach: Art made of storms

(Music) What you just heard are the interactions of barometric pressure, wind and temperature readings that were recorded of Hurricane Noel in 2007. The musicians played off a three-dimensional graph of weather data like this. Every single bead, every single…

The overlooked art of receiving feedback | Russell Lazovick

The overlooked art of receiving feedback | Russell Lazovick

I can’t dance. I see other people moving gracefully, interpreting what they hear through their bodies with elegance and creativity and a clear connection to the rhythm, to the beat. They twirl, and they hit, and they collide, all almost…

Can you solve the river crossing riddle? – Lisa Winer

Can you solve the river crossing riddle? – Lisa Winer

As a wildfire rages through the grasslands, three lions and three wildebeest flee for their lives. To escape the inferno, they must cross over to the left bank of a crocodile-infested river. Fortunately, there happens to be a raft nearby.…

Airing out the draft | Edgars Lapiņš | TEDxRiga

Airing out the draft | Edgars Lapiņš | TEDxRiga

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Ilze Garda I’m a skeptic. (Laughter) What is a skeptic? If I told my best friend the day after his wedding that statistically, 100% of divorces begin with a marriage, does that make me a skeptic?…

The art of innovation | Guy Kawasaki | TEDxBerkeley

The art of innovation | Guy Kawasaki | TEDxBerkeley

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Queenie Lee Thank you. Yes, it is true that I am a Stanford graduate. Don’t hold that against me, okay? My son goes to Cal, so I have some link to Cal. It is really…

Rob Legato: The art of creating awe

Rob Legato: The art of creating awe

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast I worked on a film called “Apollo 13,” and when I worked on this film, I discovered something about how our brains work, and how our brains work is that, when we’re sort of…