- Hayden Swanick
- United Kingdom
Is there a lack of "ideas worth spreading" in TED's conversations feature ?
Browsing all of the ideas, questions and debates here on the TED website I cannot help but distress. I've witnessed a self indulgent young man proclaiming his own question as great in his explanation and whats more, a number of "new age" questions about spiritualism, astrology and "the information field" (I don't dare ask).
People give themselves a right to express, for better or for worse. But TED permitting should we not bestow upon ourselves the right to not hear?
Should TED not be about solving problems and sharing experiences rather than narcissism and the loch ness monster?