Over the past week, we’ve noticed a lot of TED-related news items in the ether. Here, some highlights:
Chip Kidd (watch his TED Talk) has just released a new book: a how-to guide to graphic design for kids. Read The New York Times’ Q&A with him in which he says, “I was utterly floored [when an editor wrote me about the book idea]. I said: ‘I don’t know anything about kids. I don’t know how to talk to them effectively. I don’t have them. I don’t even like them. This puts me out of my comfort zone. And so I’ll give it a shot.’”
Meanwhile, Young-ha Kim (watch his talk) has written a great op-ed in The InternationalNew York Times about the practice of South Korean businessmen consulting spiritual advisers on their decisions.
This week, The Economist takes a look at a troubling…
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