“Can love be measured by the number of clicks on your profile?”;
How has the digital age changed love? Yann Dall’Aglio examines what it means to love in today’s society, if it’s in danger, and if it’s even worth saving. (French with English subtitles.) (Filmed at TEDxParis)
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Photo: Yasmine’s big dream for the world
Saturday, I sat in my apartment in Paris, all prepared to watch the TEDxYouthDay event in Tallinn, Estonia. I sat by my desk with my paper and pen on my left, my notes on my right, and my computer and scanner in front of me.
I decided to draw what I heard during the event — live. This was quite a challenge because I had to draw, focus on the talks, scan the drawings, and edit them on my computer — all while watching the speakers talk.
What I expected from the event besides the talks themselves was to gain inspiration: to see other people doing things they believe will change the world, to learn things that will lead me to change the world myself.
Photo: Yasmine’s live drawing of Rene Kukk at TEDxYouth@Tallinn.