The Moon made us [What do we make?]
Without TED, no Blogg 100?
Read an interesting post from Fredrik Torstensson that TED is very inspirational for us bloggers. I only have one little problem with TED. And it is that is one way.
Most of best inspiration for my research I have done. That have used in my 3 blogs. I have gotten from The RSA and the 1 hour long audio version of their talks. They just sometimes select the best of the best.
But one of the best reasons for me liking them so much is that is just not a one way presentation. No most of the time goes to a discussion and questions from the audience on site and live on Twitter. I have gotten 2 very good answer my self, to god questions asked live on Twitter.
But I have found something that makes TED better and it is TED Radio Hour. You can find them as a podcast if you search for it. Here we are given a discussion and a good analysis of the TED talks. With the actual person that gave their talks.
Let’s get more conversations going around the Ideas that everyone have
Here are 3 favorite i listen to today: I will expand on them tomorrow
Fixing Our Broken Systems with Philip K. Howard, Jane McGonigal and Barry Schwarts.
Building A Better Classroom with Sir Ken Robinson, Salman Khan and John Hunter.
Where Ideas Come From with Matt Ridley, Susan Cain and Steven Johnson.
Moon my father, Earth my Mother
Today i also saw a very interesting documentary about The Moon on Swedish TV: Vetenskapens Värld. They present some very compelling theories about how much the collision with another planet that created out moon has meant for there being life on Earth at all.
There is many reasons to watch the moon in awe. I just got another. Tonight I walked the winter woods with my dog staring at the Full Moon. Let’s #MoonWatch together.