David Otazu Posted 11 months ago Jonas Eliasson: How to solve traffic jams At minute 4:11, Jonas talks about an image on the screen, but the viewer is not shown that image for a full 17 seconds. Then the camera eventually does show that image, but only for one second before Jonas switches the picture, and even then from only at a fairly distant camera perspective. I was energized to tell TED about such frustrating editing errors while reviewing a 2006 video by Steven Johnson (at minute 7:34) when for over 20 seconds a slide referred to by the speaker was not shown in the video. I've noticed these errors very often and they occur way too often, but I don't think they think this is a significant issue. I'm asking everyone, when you notice such errors, please bring these editing errors to TED's attention so that these frustrating errors would be minimized. Be on the look out for such instances in all the TED videos that you watch. I can't image even one reason within the entirety of the universe that would rationally explain such video editing errors, but I'm sure there's got to be some reason. Someone, please enlighten me. Otherwise, I just must assume incompetence. TED's response to me about this issue was basically that they have great confidence in their editors. This response came even after I begged them to give me at least some rational explanation, because I know there has got to be one. But if this is their only response, perhaps the editors' supervisors are incompetent as well. Come on! Someone shed light on this matter!