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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

TED 2014 Visual Blog Series with LinkedIn (#4)

This is #4 in a series of visual blog posts with LinkedIn + SunniBrown.com, coming live from the 30th Annual TED Conference in Vancouver. Bill and Melinda Gates sat down with TED Curator Chris Anderson to talk about their philanthropic partnership and the meaning of giving.

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TED 2014 Visual Blog Series with LinkedIn (#3)

This is #3 in a series of visual blog posts with LinkedIn + SunniBrown.com, coming live from the 30th Annual TED Conference in Vancouver. Amanda Burden was on the stage on Day 1 of this year’s conference. She was New York City’s director of urban planning for 12 years in the Bloomberg administration, spearheading a huge rezoning effort across the city to give people easier access to subways and green space, and leading the creation of the High Line park atop[...]

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TED 2014 Visual Blog Series with LinkedIn (#2)

This is #2 in a series of visual blog posts with LinkedIn + SunniBrown.com, coming live from the 30th Annual TED Conference in Vancouver. Ziauddin Yousafzai is an education reformer and advocate for women’s rights in Pakistan whose 12-year-old daughter Malala was shot in the head by the Taliban while on her way to school. Yousafzai started a chain of schools called the Khushal Public Schools and encouraged Malala, who survived the shooting and is now a global icon, to write[...]

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TED 2014 Visual Blog Series With LinkedIn (#1)

This is #1 of a series of visual blog posts with LinkedIn + SunniBrown.com, coming live from the 30th Annual TED Conference in Vancouver. Nicolas Negroponte is the founder of the MIT Media Lab and one of the first investors of Wired magazine. He may be best known for launching the One Laptop Per Child foundation.

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