- jamie pascal
- La Jolla, CA
- United States
The TED ideal of thought is the ideal of the “takeaway": the shrinkage of thought for people too busy to think
Following the above article main point, is it a fair criticism to TED
the claim that we, TED followers, are delusional trying to grasp serious
and complex problems with shallow short talks?
Should we re-balance our search for knowledge
from the "mile-wide, inch thick" approach to a search more
focused (fewer topics) and profound (more time)?