1 min read

Are Excellent Presentations Hurting Us

Pre-TED, I used to be able to sit through a boring lecture or presentation — diligently taking notes while being sufficiently nourished by whatever small sliver of new insights or information the speaker could provide. I had patience, fortitude, and a long attention span for the bad presentation. TED has extinguished this valuable skill.

Joshua Kim’s revelation that TED and Google talks may be weakening his constitution for boring lectures.

(via Uncertain Principals)


Sign in or become a David Gane member to join the conversation.