The Board Member you get to meet today is Patrick!
Patrick doesn’t really watch TV or movies, but his favorite book is currently All You Need Is Kill by Sakurazaka Hiroshi, (although he reads a lot and loves a ton of books) and his favorite song is only my railgun by fripSide.
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Watch author Simon Van Booy’s TEDxBrooklyn talk about how to write a book in 20 minutes! Inspiring, funny, and unique.
Next up for the Meet the Board Member series is Karen!
Karen’s favorite TV show is The Big Bang Theory, and her favorite movie is The Sandlot. Her favorite book is The Book Thief, and her favorite song is Dare You to Move by Switchfoot!
For more fun facts about Karen, including what she’s doing to help TEDxYouth@MileHigh, make sure to check out our other pages!
TEDx was really cool. I got to learn some new perspectives and listen to some cool presentations and it was an overall really awesome experience.
Glad you enjoyed it! Will you be attending this year’s event? - Eva
All too familiar with all the things he had done or not done in his life, novelist Keiichiro Hirano had trouble accepting himself as a “good” or a “bad” person, until he realized that maybe he was a bit more complicated than that.
Education through the ages and today! Check it out! Very interesting. - Eva
It’s a Pollock, it’s a Haring; it’s a person! — How one photographer transforms people into art: Veteran photographer Art Wolfe has spent years documenting everything from landscapes in Madagascar to the art of the Maori tribe. In his newest series, The Human Canvas Project, he draws from his experience as a painter to blend the human form seamlessly into his images.
In a talk at TEDxRainier, Wolfe gives insight into his evolution as a photographer, and just how he transforms a regular person into a work of art.
From the strange and infinite world of Ideas Worth Spreading comes a new breed of time-sucker: the spectacular, newly re-designed TED.com website! It’s bold, it’s beautiful, and it’s way better than whatever we made 7 years ago! Coming to haunt your brain with a terrifying revelation of KNOWLEDGE. Explore … if you dare: http://www.ted.com/
We have a new website! It’s pretty neat; you should check it out!
Why you need to make your own Oscar statuette:
1. To pretend you’re Jennifer Lawrence (with or without the cute fall)
2. To convince your parents moving to LA to pursue acting was worthwhile
3. ‘Cause it’s fancy and why not?!
4. You have access to a 3D printer.
5. All of the above. Find out how to 3D print your own here: http://youtu.be/gOB6YtuLKGI
What to do before (or after) you give your fake acceptance speech in the mirror: Watch our playlist of great talks on 3D printing.