After yesterday's post, I'll never get a sniff of a TED conference. But even so, we'll keep featuring Ted Talks from time to time, and so why not today? Above, we have TED's Chris Anderson interviewing Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, the whistle-blowing website that made headlines last month when it released the Afghan War Diaries, all 92,000 pages worth. During the 19 minute interview, Assange talks a little more about the philosophy behind WikiLeaks, how the organization decides when to release information (or not), how the site has changed world events, and what some more ordinary leaks look like. No matter what stance you take on WikiLeaks, the interview is worth a watch. You'll only hear more about them down the line.