By Thu-Huong Ha
Perhaps you are looking forward to a new and hopeful 2014; perhaps you see late December as the perfect time for reflection and resolution. I’m pleased to let you off the hook. This is the time when you should look back at your year and focus on the question: What TED Talks did I miss? Lucky for you, the 2013 edition of “Why the eff didn’t you watch these TED Talks?” – which, amazingly, you seemed to like last year — is here. New and hopeful is fine and good, but I’m more in favor of not forgetting the old, the weird, the mystifying, the liminal and the hidden. And so I give you: My favorite 11 under-loved TED Talks of 2013. Be ready to be mildly chastised for missing out on them the first time around.
Andrew Solomon: Depression, the secret we share
If you haven’t seen this talk yet, you’re excused, as it was just published last week. But if you don’t watch it in the next 30 seconds, you have some thinking to do, young man/lady. Writer Andrew Solomon, who also gave the beautiful talk “Love,
Original Article Found Here: Why the eff didn’t you watch these TED Talks? The 2013 edition.
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