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Want TED Talks on the go? Every weekday, this feed brings you our latest talks in audio format. Hear thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable -- from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between -- given by the world's leading thinkers and doers. This collection of talks, given at TED and TEDx conferences around the globe, is also available in video format.

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TED Talks Daily

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681 A provocative way to finance the fight against climate change | Michael Metcalfe2016-04-28 14:46:41
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682 Why I put myself in danger to tell the stories of Gaza | Ameera Harouda2016-04-27 11:54:15
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683 Insightful human portraits made from data | R. Luke DuBois2016-04-26 15:06:25
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684 A smart loan for people with no credit history (yet) | Shivani Siroya2016-04-25 15:00:12
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685 Hunting for dinosaurs showed me our place in the universe | Kenneth Lacovara2016-04-22 15:00:30
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686 A taboo-free way to talk about periods | Aditi Gupta2016-04-21 15:00:16
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687 We can reprogram life. How to do it wisely | Juan Enriquez2016-04-20 15:04:46
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688 Wisdom from great writers on every year of life | Joshua Prager2016-04-19 13:08:58
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689 The inside story of the Paris climate agreement | Christiana Figueres2016-04-18 14:55:20
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690 The nit-picking glory of The New Yorker's Comma Queen | Mary Norris2016-04-15 15:04:38
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The nit-picking glory of The New Yorker's Comma Queen | Mary Norris

"Copy editing for The New Yorker is like playing shortstop for a Major League Baseball team -- every little movement gets picked over by the critics," says Mary Norris, who has played the position for more than thirty years. In that time, she's gotten a reputation for sternness and for being a "comma maniac," but this is unfounded, she says. Above all, her work is aimed at one thing: making authors look good. Explore The New Yorker's distinctive style with the person who knows it best in this charming talk.…read more

691 The unexpected benefit of celebrating failure | Astro Teller2016-04-14 14:59:23
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692 A new superweapon in the fight against cancer | Paula Hammond2016-04-13 15:08:28
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693 What does it mean to be a citizen of the world? | Hugh Evans2016-04-11 12:24:34
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694 The mind behind Linux | Linus Torvalds2016-04-08 16:00:29
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695 The most mysterious star in the universe | Tabetha Boyajian2016-04-07 15:03:12
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696 The magic ingredient that brings Pixar movies to life | Danielle Feinberg2016-04-06 14:42:58
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697 How a start-up in the White House is changing business as usual | Haley Van Dyck2016-04-04 14:51:40
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698 The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant2016-04-01 14:47:47
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699 Two reasons companies fail -- and how to avoid them | Knut Haanaes2016-03-31 15:05:43
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700 How humans could evolve to survive in space | Lisa Nip2016-03-30 15:15:09
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