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SocialEarth is a fresh, entrepreneurial and socially mindful weblog focusing on businesses that are doing good through their work. At SocialEarth, they believe the future of our livelihoods and our world depends on the creation and sustainability of such businesses.
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If you write any post on your TED experience, please share the link with me. I will bag your post here with others' TED stories. Leave comments here, or @BagTheGOOD on twitter.
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Brain Pickings is the brain child of Maria Popova, a cultural curator and curious mind at large. Brain Pickings is about curating interestingness — picking culture’s collective brain for tidbits of stuff that inspires, revolutionizes, or simply makes us think. It’s about innovation and authenticity and all those other things that have become fluff phrases...
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Richard Galant and John D. Sutter from CNN in the press room at TED. They've been filing dispatches of the presentations and other events there and they are terrific.
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Session 8: Boldness; Session 9: Imagination; Session 10: Play.
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The most anticipated annual TED conference is back again! This bag aims to collect buzz on the amazing conversations.
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Mashable is an Internet news blog, started by Pete Cashmore in July 2005. With a reported 7+ million monthly pageviews and an Alexa ranking just over 400, it ranks as one of the largest blogs on the Internet. Mashable launched a dedicated TED channel at http://mashable.com/ted
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Wired is a full-color monthly American magazine and on-line periodical, published since March 1993, that reports on how technology affects culture, the economy, and politics. TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a U.S private nonprofit foundation best known for its conferences, now held in Europe and Asia as well as the U.S., devoted to what it...
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Session 4: Reason. Thursday, February 11, 2010, 8:30-10:15. Speakers: Michael Specter (writer), Sam Harris (neuroscientist and philosopher), Nicholas Christakis (physician, sociologist), and Elizabeth Pisani (epidemiologist).
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Session 5: Provocation. Thursday, February 11, 2010, 11:00-12:45. Speakers: Valerie Plame Wilson (former CIA covert operations officer), Michael Sandel (political philosopher), Christopher “moot” Poole (founder of 4chan.org), and Kevin Bales (anti-slavery activist), Stewart Brand (futurist), and Mark Z. Jacobson (civil and environmental engineer).
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Session 6: Invention. Thursday, February 11, 2010, 14:15-16:00. Speakers: LXD (dance adventurers), Jane McGonigal (game designer), David Byrne (musician, artist), and Nathan Myhrvold (polymath).
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Session 7: Breakthrough. Thursday, February 11, 2010, 17:00-18:45. Speakers: Mark Roth (biochemist, cell biologist), Seth Berkley (vaccine researcher), Andrew Bird (musician), and Stephen Wolfram (scientist, inventor).
by BagTheGOOD - 55 links
A new decade. An ongoing global financial crisis. It's a time to regroup, re-evaluate -- and then to dream. Dream big. Because the world of ideas has never mattered more. For TED2010 we've assembled a lineup of speakers whose ideas and ingenuity will thrill, enlighten and inspire. It's What the World Needs Now ...
by James Associates - 52 links
We know about the 10 kinds of people. (You know, those who can read binary and those who can’t.) This is PC Speak: An Abney and Associates Internet and Technology Research Lab - Technology related to every day life!
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Schick Shadel news and information
by BagTheWeb - 22 links
BagTheWeb is a free web site where users can save, organize and share links to web content easily by using bags.
This bag is our help bag.You can embed it to your blog post or website.
by Why Do You Want To - 3 links
Regardless of whether it’s about “why do you want to volunteer” as well as “why do you want to maintain sports”, our service could possibly get anyone the actual support you’re looking for!
by Personal Statement - 3 links
It is highly recommendable for those who want to rely heavily in their writing on an example, to write their own statement first. Then it would make sense to compare your statement to the sample to make sure you have not missed something important, that should be in the statement. This way, when creating your own personal statement, you will protect...