Category: Wow

Ric Elias was in seat 1D on US Airways flight 1549. Five magnificently expressed minutes. RSS Readers will need to click through to the post – it’s a TED thing, sorry.

Oh my god. Deb Roy receives a standing ovation at TED 2011 for an astounding presentation. He starts with the personal – the extraordinarily personal – and then zooms out to show the same tools analysing the wider world before coming back to a stunning finish that any parent in the room will just beam […]

The inimitable and always-excellent Dr R is back, this time at TEDx Change from a few weeks back … 1. Look at how masterful he is at the very outset as he lays out the 8 criteria for success and then his almost poetic summary of that. Learning point: he has his material down cold. […]

… PowerPoint need no longer be your tool of choice. Extraordinary lightbox and sand images from the winner of the Ukranian version of Got Talent: RSS Readers may need to click through to the post I very rarely see business presenters bringing their artistic talents into their delivery – apart from an occasional smiley on […]

He’s ba-ack! HIV in under 10 minutes: RSS Readers may need to click through to the post – it’s a TED thing Just stunning. THIS is how you present complex statistics. And by that, I don’t mean that you have to invest in all-singing, all-dancing, GapMinder software, I mean you need to be: 100% on […]

Baz Luhrmann gave us his version of Romeo & Juliet in 1996. I remember my 10 year-old godson coming barreling into my house procaliming how fab and exciting this film was and had I ever hear of a fella called William Shakespeare? Mr. Vince Connolly (God rest him) was my inspirational and extraordinary English teacher […]

I was rummaging around looking for a factoid about the differences between men’s and women’s brains when lo and behold, I found Mark Gungor. He’s a pastor with a difference. He’s a marriage guidance counsellor … with a difference. And his difference is laughter. And, from my perspective, professionalism. I remember my mother-in-law telling me […]

Rives at TED 2008. It never matters what he’s talking about, but this is a stunning interpretation of the hieroglyphics of youthful communication RSS Readers will need to click through to the post – it’s a TED thing Related posts:Rives riffs on 4.00amRives – if I controlled the internet

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Superb little stand-alone presentation – superb content, great delivery with the kinetic text. The website is here. RSS Readers may need to click through to the post

I just found this via Graham Linehan’s wondrous blog and it blew me away. 5 seconds in, I was thinking, “What’s the big deal? This is just another ho-hum, Mario style game.” Expect the unexpected? Watch and learn …