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Hidden Gems

Here are some talks that you may not have stumbled on yet -- and that we think you'll love. Sasa Vucinic lays out a bold theory (and some shocking stats) about the free press. Ashraf Ghani sets forth a plan for how to fix failed states -- including his native Afghanistan. Musician and activist Peter Gabriel tells a powerful story that goes from the deeply personal to the global. And Ethel plays a movement from a modern string quartet.

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Play_iconPhil Borges: Photos of endangered cultures

Phil Borges: Photos of endangered cultures

18:35 Posted: Jan 2007

Views: 374,211 | Comments: 53

Play_iconPeter Gabriel: Fight injustice with raw video

Peter Gabriel: Fight injustice with raw video

14:08 Posted: Dec 2006

Views: 455,953 | Comments: 48

Play_iconBen Saunders: Why did I ski to the North Pole?

Ben Saunders: Why did I ski to the North Pole?

18:03 Posted: Oct 2006

Views: 425,895 | Comments: 54

Play_iconAshraf Ghani: How to rebuild a broken state

Ashraf Ghani: How to rebuild a broken state

18:45 Posted: Oct 2006

Views: 540,467 | Comments: 59

Play_iconSasa Vucinic: Why we should invest in a free press

Sasa Vucinic: Why we should invest in a free press

18:00 Posted: Oct 2006

Views: 219,646 | Comments: 36

Play_iconIqbal Quadir: How mobile phones can fight poverty

Iqbal Quadir: How mobile phones can fight poverty

15:52 Posted: Oct 2006

Views: 300,885 | Comments: 66

Play_iconMena Trott: Meet the founder of the blog revolution

Mena Trott: Meet the founder of the blog revolution

16:46 Posted: Aug 2006

Views: 372,751 | Comments: 39

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