Every TED Talk Under the Sun

If you reg­u­lar­ly vis­it Open Cul­ture, then you’re prob­a­bly famil­iar with TED Talks — the series of 15 minute “riv­et­ing talks by remark­able peo­ple” that TED pro­duces and makes free to the world. We’ve includ­ed TED in our col­lec­tion, Intel­li­gent Video: The Top Cul­tur­al & Edu­ca­tion­al Video Sites, and it’s one of the best sources of intel­li­gent video out there. Hav­ing said that, I was pleased to find this Google spread­sheet of every TED Talk ever post­ed online. Although TED hosts many videos on its web site (and on its iTunes and YouTube chan­nels), these plat­forms don’t give you clean access to the entire TED cat­a­logue. Mean­while, this sim­ple and sortable spread­sheet does. So enjoy, and use it well.

via Boing­Bo­ing

Relat­ed Con­tent:

TED to Chi­na: An Inside View

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  • Chris says:

    Awe­some, Dan. Thanks!

    TED talks are fab­u­lous.

  • Evan says:

    You could also try out the Ted app for Box­ee. It’s basi­cal­ly the same thing in a pret­ti­er for­mat. And if you have it run­ning on a htpc you can watch the talks on your TV and con­trol the app with a remote.

    Dit­to on the “Ted talks are fab­u­lous.” com­ment. I could­n’t agree more.

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