Hundreds of talks from independently organized TEDx events around the world are published on the TEDxTalks website weekly.
Each Tuesday, we’ll choose four of our favorites, highlighting just a few of the enlightening talks from TEDx community, and its diverse constellation of ideas worth spreading. Browse all TEDxTalks here »
An engineer turned farmer, Marcin Jakubowski discusses his plans to use open-source blueprints to make the essential DIY technologies — from tractors to brick-makers — accessible for the global village.
Can cities be charismatic? Community planner Charlie Gandy defines the characteristics of a charismatic person, and shows how they can be applied to a city.
It is almost surprising to recall how social sites have not always dominated the internet. With a unique perspective, Aber Whitcomb discusses his role as a founder of MySpace and some of the key developments of the internet over the past ten years.
What can we learn from the four billion people living on less than two dollars a day? In his talk, psychologist Jose Antonio Rosa shows how these “subsistence consumers” are the purest and most potent of innovators.