TED


How Creativity is Being Strangled by the Law

Since it’s Independence Day in the US, allow me to share a rousing talk about independence — specifically, creative independence. Creative Commons founder Larry Lessig spoke at TED about how creativity is being strangled by the law.

This is certainly no dry academic lecture: Lessig throws in Muppet Hunter D, Dancing Jesus, and Singing Bush. Watch, laugh, and free your mind.

Multi-Touch Screen Demo at TED 2007

Jeff Han demonstrates the latest iteration of his multi-touch screen technology on an eight-foot-long display wall at TED 2007.

(Via David Pogue.)