So, I was over at Tekzilla looking at their show notes and came across this:
Jessica is in love with TED, the Technology, Entertainment and Design conference. The ideas is to show off "Ideas worth spreading" and at the TED website you can find "talks by the world's greatest thinkers and doers." The trick? The presenters have to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes, max. TED makes the best presentations available to the public, for free! Jessica's favorites include Jeff Skoll's Making movies that make change, Dan Gilbert's Why are we happy? Why aren't we happy? and 11 year old Sirena Haung's Dazzling set on a violin.
Sounded like an interesting site so I cruised on over to check it out. TED might be my new favorite site. The content on this site is simply astounding. The fact that the interface is slick and unique (and that they have some ze frank) is just a bonus. Please, check it out. Honestly, I can't believe I have not come across this site before. The fact that I know about chocolate rain but not TED is pretty embarrassing.