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  1. JES on 26.02.2013 at 15:20 (Reply)

    Seeing new stuff from TED always evokes two sensations in me: childish, stamp-my-feet annoyance that I’m not there myself, and probably will never be; and sheer delight at the whole idea of TED — not least, the ability to see all the talks online (with captions/transcripts, even… which actually makes this better in a way than seeing them in person).

    Thanks so much for posting from the current edition — even more of a You Are There feel!

  2. Rich Day on 26.02.2013 at 22:55 (Reply)

    OK, I now owe you 50 Starbucks points. Just so you know, 10 Starbucks point plus $2.00 will buy you a really good cup of coffee!! I just listened to ZImbardo, and again you are my window to the world, and I thank you for that. Obviously you may doubt the real value of my points, but I certainly don’t doubt the value of being in touch with you. One more time, Susan, thank you!

  3. Kylie Dunn on 27.02.2013 at 06:08 (Reply)

    I don’t know whether I am more jealous that you are at TED2013 or that you got to interview Philip Zimbardo! He would be so fascinating to talk with, can’t wait to read the interview. Thanks for giving us a snippet into the event, can’t wait to see more.

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