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What's that talk where a man organizes human mental processes.thoughts?
Hi there -- I need help finding a specific Ted talk. Approximately 4-5 years ago, I was on a massive Ted talk watching marathon. I was abroad and watched probably 3-5 a day, obviously sometimes more. This continued for months until I had watched all of them (I downloaded them all via itunes and went through them 1 by 1...). I recall there was a male presented who had a diagram of basically a square, cut up in 9 equally sized sections like a grid (or was it 16?), and in each one was a word or something, but each of the 9 boxes stood for a type of thought/mental process. Unfortunately I don't remember anything else. I've tried looking up things from "9 core", "nine categories", "16 groups", "organizing thought", "categorizing thought", etc and various other permutations in Ted instead and via google. I've also tried looking by topics in technology, design, and science, but to no avail. Can you help?
- Talk has to have been made in 2009 or before.
- Speaker is male
- Stage was not circular, i think it had a number of random objects/construction in the back
- Speaker at some point presents a slide/picture with 9, 12, 16 individual parts in it.