usually TED talks are short and cool and new, but this one is 19 minutes of... what? I ffwd-ed right in the middle and there he said correlations are not causations or smth... I thought to myself, I would have to watch ~10 minutes to hear THIS? no thanks, another perfect example of TL;DR... err DW
case. Oh yeah, and he mentioned Oprah at some other point - that also caused me to ffwd immediately.
The "old dude" you are dismissing is saying something important.
perhaps, but unless someone will compress his message to something shorter, I will have to pass
p.s. no, really
, by all means please do, because I saw wonderful technologies getting only 3 minutes window on TED, and it's impossible to even scratch the surface in 3 minutes. what a hell makes whatever this dude has to say so important that he gets whole 20 minutes to read a speech that can't manage to hold my attention?