Los de TED han colgado charlas no propias suyas, pero muy interesantes. Copio el correo que enviaron:
Dear Global TED Community,
Over the past couple weeks, we've been introducing a significant new feature on TED.com.
It's called "Best of the Web". Essentially we have begun linking to the best talks out there that were NOT recorded at a TED event.
Today, for example, to celebrate Martin Luther King Day, we are posting his world-changing "I have a dream" speech given back in 1963. No matter how many times you may have seen it, it always inspires and provokes. And we're proud to have a page dedicated to it, to facilitate a conversation around the searing issues he raises, all still so relevant today.
You can see a few other early selections here (in the 'Show by Event' selector on the left, scroll down to the bottom to "Best of the Beb"), including:
Steve Jobs: How to Live Before You Die
Michael Sandel: What is the Right Thing to Do?
Robert Sapolsky: The Uniqueness of Humans
Edwidge Danticat: Stories of Haiti
...and the famous "last lecture" of Randy Pausch
As you can see, every Best of the Web talk gets its own page on TED.com, complete with all the tools that accompany TEDTalks: our unique qualitative ratings, recommendations for similar or relevant talks, information about the speakers, and ways to quickly share the talk with your social network. Most importantly, each will have its own commenting section, so you can discuss these talks within the TED community.
Over the coming months you'll see this collection grow into something truly special... a one-stop portal to the very best talks on the Internet. Indeed we'd like your help identifying the talks you consider most significant. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Best of the Web suggestion" in the subject line, and a link to where the talk can be seen.