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The Power of the Crowd | John Drury
Dr. John Drury is a senior lecturer in Social Psychology at Sussex University. His research focuses on collective action, resilience, and reactions to situations of crowding, among others. His work has been used by the Emergency Services and the Department of Health.
The Four Superpowers of the Internet | Dave Moskovitz
Dave is a professional director and startup investor. He’s invested in a number of New Zealand startups that are now performing on the world stage, and is on the InternetNZ and Open Polytechnic Councils. His sweet spot is the busy intersection between technology, commerce, and making the world a better place.
Dave was born in California, wrote his first computer program at age 11, joined the nascent IT industry, and then immigrated to New Zealand in 1982. After starting a Ph.D in Applied Linguistics studying the phonology of New Zealand Sign Language, he cofounded one of Wellington’s early Internet startups in 1995 which later sold to a multinational. He still loves coding.
Dave is on the national leadership team at Startup Weekend and Startup New Zealand, and has helped many entrepreneurs refine their ideas, find the right cofounders and team members, secure investment, enter global markets, and scale internationally.
Breaking Outside of Your Friends List | Alan Schaaf
Alan Schaaf is the founder and CEO of the website Imgur.com, which allows you to upload and share images with the world. He’s been programming professionally since he was 14, and has started two successful bootstrapped companies through his keen eye for design and user experience.
He created Imgur in 2009, and since then it’s grown into an online community where millions of people express their ideas and opinions through images. By the end of Alan’s talk, you will learn about the future of communities, how they’re changing the world, and what that means for you.
Introduction to Thresholds of Increasing Complexity | Big History Project
Threshold 1: The Big Bang | Big History Project
Threshold 2: The Stars Light Up | Big History Project
Crash Course Big History: Stars & Galaxies
Threshold 3: New Chemical Elements | Big History Project
The Periodic Table: Crash Course Chemistry
Threshold 4: Earth & Solar System | Big History Project
Crash Course Big History: The Solar System & the Earth
What Was The Young Earth Like? | Big History Project
Threshold 5: Life on Earth Video | Big History Project
Mini Thresholds Of Life | Big History Project
Crash Course Big History: The Origin of Life
How We Proved An Asteroid Wiped Out The Dinosaurs from The Big History Project
Threshold 6: Humans and Collective Learning | Big History Project
Crash Course Big History: Human Evolution
Migrations and Technological Creativity | Big History Project
Threshold 7: Agriculture | Big History Project
Where and Why Did the First Cities and States Appear? | Big History Project
Why Did Civilizations Expand? | Big History Project
How Did the World Become Interconnected? | Big History Project
Threshold 8: The Modern Revolution | Big History Project
Coal, Steam, and The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History
How Did Change Accelerate? | Big History Project
When Genius and Insanity Hold Hands | Ondi Timoner
Ondi Timoner has the rare distinction of winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival twice, for “Dig!” (2004) and “We Live in Public” (2009). She currently produces and hosts the only documentary talk show in the world, BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc), which has more than 150 episodes, and has created an online network for entrepreneurs, innovators and artists documenting the top thought-leaders and doers who use technology to disrupt old paradigms, called A Total Disruption.
Timoner has also directed numerous commercials for such clients as Ford, State Farm, the Clinton Foundation and many music videos for artists including Lucinda Williams, The Jonas Brothers, The Vines, OK Go and Fastball, which garnered her a Grammy nomination in 1998. She is a fellow of the Sundance Institute and the Tribeca All-Access Program, and has been a member of the Director’s Guild of America since 2006.
How to Be Beautiful
In this episode of The Charged Life, high performance coach and motivational speaker Brendon Burchard reveals what makes people beautiful: aliveness and authenticity.
Brendon Burchard is a #1 New York Times bestselling author whose books include THE CHARGE, THE MILLIONAIRE MESSENGER, and LIFE’S GOLDEN TICKET. He is also the founder of High Performance Academy, the legendary personal growth and development training for achievers. Larry King named Brendon “one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world.”
After a car accident at 19 years old inspired him to turn his life around and follow his dreams, and then having the blessings to become a multimillionaire writer and trainer by the age of 32, Brendon has dedicated his life to helping others find their charge and share their voice with the world. He is now one of the most in-demand motivational speakers and life coaches in the world.
How has Technology Changed Community Competitiveness?: Ted Abernathy
Connectedness & The Digital Self: Jillian Ney
Connected Living: Michelle Tanmizi