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  • Webcasts // Feb 2012

    Avi Rubin: All Your Devices Can Be Hacked

    Could someone hack the pacemaker? In this Webcast, the presenter explains how hackers are compromising cars, smartphones and medical devices, and warns about the dangers of an increasingly hack-able world.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2012

    Aleph Molinari: Let's Bridge the Digital Divide

    Five billion people can't use the Internet. In this Webcast, the presenter empowers the digitally excluded by giving them access to computers and the know-how to use them. Through education and technology-focused community centers, the presenter empowers the 5 billion people who cannot access or use the Internet and other...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jan 2012

    Lisa Harouni: A Primer on 3D Printing

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about a primer on 3D printing. The presenter also gives a useful introduction to this fascinating way of making things - including intricate objects once impossible to create.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jan 2012

    Mikko Hypponen: Three Types of Online Attack

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about online attack. The presenter also explains about three types of online attack on the people privacy and data - and only two are considered crimes.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Dec 2011

    Klaus Stadlmann: The World's Smallest 3D Printer

    What could one do with the world's smallest 3D printer? In this Webcast, the presenter explains about his tiny, affordable printer that could someday make customized hearing aids - or sculptures smaller than a human hair.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2011

    Roger McNamee: Six Ways to Save the Internet

    The next big shift is now, and it's not what one think: Facebook is the new Windows; Google must be sacrificed. In this Webcast, the presenter presents 6 bold ways to prepare for the next internet.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Oct 2011

    Guy-Philippe Goldstein: How Cyberattacks Threaten Real-World Peace

    More and more, nations are waging attacks with cyber weapons - silent strikes on another country's computer systems that leave behind no trace. In this Webcast, the presenter shows how cyberattacks can leap between the digital and physical worlds to prompt armed conflict- and how one might avert this global...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Aug 2011

    Harald Haas: Wireless Data From Every Light Bulb

    What if every light bulb in the world could also transmit data? The presenter demonstrates, for the first time, a device that could do exactly that. By flickering the light from a single LED, a change too quick for the human eye to detect, he can transmit far more data...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Aug 2011

    Marco Tempest: The Magic of Truth and Lies (and iPods)

    In this webcast, the presenter explains about the iPods. Using three iPods like magical props, the presenter spins a clever, surprisingly heartfelt meditation on truth and lies, art and emotion.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    Mikko Hypponen: Fighting Viruses, Defending the Net

    It's been 25 years since the first PC virus (Brain A) hit the net, and what was once an annoyance has become a sophisticated tool for crime and espionage. The presenter who is a computer security expert tells the people how they can stop these new viruses from threatening the...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    Rebecca MacKinnon: Let's Take Back the Internet

    In this webcast, the presenter describes the expanding struggle for freedom and control in cyberspace, and asks: how do they design the next phase of the Internet with accountability and freedom at its core, rather than control? She believes the internet is headed for a "Magna Carta" moment when citizens...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    A Robot That Flies Like a Bird

    In this webcast, the presenter explains about plenty of robots can fly - but none can fly like a real bird. That is, until Markus Fischer and his team at Festo built SmartBird, a large, lightweight robot, modeled on a seagull, that flies by flapping its wings. A soaring demo...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    Mike Matas: A Next-Generation Digital Book

    Software developer the presenter demos the first full-length interactive book for the iPad - with clever, swipeable video and graphics and some very cool data visualizations to play with. The book is "Our Choice," Al Gore's sequel to "An Inconvenient Truth."

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    Bruce Schneier: The Security Mirage

    The feeling of security and the reality of security don't always match, says computer-security expert the presenter. At TEDxPSU, he explains why people spend billions addressing news story risks, like the "Security theater" now playing at the local airport, while neglecting more probable risks - and how they can break...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    Cracking Stuxnet, a 21st-Century Cyber Weapon

    When first discovered in 2010, the Stuxnet computer worm posed a baffling puzzle. Beyond its unusually high level of sophistication loomed a more troubling mystery: Its purpose. Ralph Langner and team helped crack the code that revealed this digital warhead's final target and its covert origins.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    We Are All Cyborgs Now

    Technology is evolving people, says Amber Case, as the people become a screen-staring, button-clicking new version of homo sapiens. The presenters now rely on "External brains" (cell phones and computers) to communicate, remember, and even live out secondary lives. But will these machines ultimately connect or conquer one? Case offers...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Conrad Wolfram: Teaching Kids Real Math With Computers

    Rockets to stock markets, many of humanity's most thrilling creations are powered by math. So why do kids lose interest in it? Conrad Wolfram says the part of math the people teach - calculation by hand - isn't just tedious, it's mostly irrelevant to real mathematics and the real world....

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Web Playroom

    On the web, a new "Friend" may be just a click away, but true connection is harder to find and express. Ze Frank presents a medley of zany Internet toys that require deep participation and reward it with something more nourishing.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Haiti's Disaster of Engineering

    Haiti was not a natural disaster, says TED Fellow Peter Haas: "It was a disaster of engineering." As the country rebuilds after January's deadly quake, are bad old building practices creating another ticking time bomb? Haas's group, AIDG, is helping Haiti's builders learn modern building and engineering practices, to assemble...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    How Web Video Powers Global Innovation

    TED's Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED,...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    The Child-Driven Education

    Education scientist Sugata Mitra tackles one of the greatest problems of education the best teachers and schools don't exist where they're needed most. In a series of real-life experiments from New Delhi to South Africa to Italy, he gave kids self-supervised access to the web and saw results that could...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    Christopher "Moot" Poole: The Case for Anonymity Online

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about "Moot" Poole an online image-board whose anonymous denizens have spawned the web's most bewildering. The presenter describes its subculture, some of the Internet "Memes" it has launched, and the incident in which its users managed a very public, precision hack of a mainstream...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    A 3D Atlas of the Universe

    For the last 12 years, Carter Emmart has been coordinating the efforts of scientists, artists and programmers to build a complete 3D visualization of the known universe. He demos this stunning tour and explains how it's being shared with facilities around the world.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    The Future of UI

    Minority Report science adviser and inventor John Underkoffler demos g-speak the real-life version of the film's eye-popping, tai chi-meets-cyberspace computer interface. Is this how tomorrow's computers will be able to control.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Augmented-Reality Maps

    In a demo that drew gasps at TED2010, Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos new augmented-reality mapping technology from Microsoft. Blaise Ag?era y Arcas is the architect of Bing Maps at Microsoft, building augmented reality into searchable maps.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    A Turning Point for Web Exploration?

    Gary Flake demos Pivot, a new way to browse and arrange massive amounts of images and data online. Built on breakthrough Seadragon technology, it enables spectacular zooms in and out of web databases, and the discovery of patterns and links invisible in standard web browsing.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Dec 2009

    Alexis Ohanian: How to Make a Splash in Social Media

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about how to make a splash in social media. The presenter explains the real-life fable of one humpback whale's rise to Web stardom.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    Technology's Epic Story

    In this wide-ranging, thought-provoking talk from TEDxAmsterdam, Kevin Kelly muses on what technology means in the lives from its impact at the personal level to its place in the cosmos.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    The Thrilling Potential of SixthSense Technology

    At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data including a deep look at his SixthSense device and a new, paradigm-shifting paper "Laptop." In an onstage Q&A, Mistry says he'll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    The Wireless Future of Medicine

    Eric Topol says the presenters soon use the smartphones to monitor the vital signs and chronic conditions. At TEDMED, he highlights several of the most important wireless devices in medicine's future all helping to keep more of one out of hospital beds.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    Misha Glenny Investigates Global Crime Networks

    In this Webcast, the presenter who spent several years in a courageous investigation of organized crime networks worldwide, which have grown to an estimated 15% of the global economy. From the Russian mafia, to giant drug cartels, his sources include not just intelligence and law enforcement officials but criminal insiders.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    Jonathan Zittrain: The Web as Random Acts of Kindness

    In this webcast, the presenter discussed the Internet, and he suggests, is made up of millions of disinterested acts of kindness, curiosity and trust. The presenter wants to make sure the electronic frontier stays open - and the presenter's looking to the Internet's millions of users for its salvation.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2009

    How the Internet Enables Intimacy

    The presenter worry that IM, texting, Facebook are spoiling human intimacy, but Stefana Broadbent's research shows how communication tech is capable of cultivating deeper relationships, bringing love across barriers like distance and workplace rules.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2009

    A Brain in a Supercomputer

    Henry Markram says the mysteries of the mind can be solved soon. Mental illness, memory, perception: they're made of neurons and electric signals, and he plans to find them with a supercomputer that models all the brain's 100,000,000,000,000 synapses.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jun 2009

    Clay Shirky: How Social Media Can Make History

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about how social media can make history. The presenter explains how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Mar 2009

    A Photo-Real Digital Face

    At TEDxUSC, computer graphics trailblazer Paul Debevec explains the scene-stealing technology in which behind Digital Emily, a digitally constructed human face so realistic it which stands up to multiple takes.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2009

    Smart Power Outlets

    John La Grou unveils an ingenious new technology that will smarten up the electrical outlets in the homes, using microprocessors and RFID tags. The invention, Safeplug, promises to prevent deadly accidents like house fires and to conserve energy.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2009

    Data Visualization in the AlloSphere

    JoAnn Kuchera-Morin demos the AlloSphere, a new way to see, hear and interpret scientific data. Dive into the brain, feel electron spin, hear the music of the elements ... and detect previously unseen patterns that could lead to new discoveries.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2009

    The Next Web

    20 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. For his next project, he's building a web for open, linked data that could do for numbers what the Web did for words, pictures, video: unlock the data and reframe the way the presenter use it together.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    Cracking Stuxnet, a 21st-Century Cyber Weapon

    When first discovered in 2010, the Stuxnet computer worm posed a baffling puzzle. Beyond its unusually high level of sophistication loomed a more troubling mystery: Its purpose. Ralph Langner and team helped crack the code that revealed this digital warhead's final target and its covert origins.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    We Are All Cyborgs Now

    Technology is evolving people, says Amber Case, as the people become a screen-staring, button-clicking new version of homo sapiens. The presenters now rely on "External brains" (cell phones and computers) to communicate, remember, and even live out secondary lives. But will these machines ultimately connect or conquer one? Case offers...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Web Playroom

    On the web, a new "Friend" may be just a click away, but true connection is harder to find and express. Ze Frank presents a medley of zany Internet toys that require deep participation and reward it with something more nourishing.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Haiti's Disaster of Engineering

    Haiti was not a natural disaster, says TED Fellow Peter Haas: "It was a disaster of engineering." As the country rebuilds after January's deadly quake, are bad old building practices creating another ticking time bomb? Haas's group, AIDG, is helping Haiti's builders learn modern building and engineering practices, to assemble...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    How Web Video Powers Global Innovation

    TED's Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED,...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    The Child-Driven Education

    Education scientist Sugata Mitra tackles one of the greatest problems of education the best teachers and schools don't exist where they're needed most. In a series of real-life experiments from New Delhi to South Africa to Italy, he gave kids self-supervised access to the web and saw results that could...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    A 3D Atlas of the Universe

    For the last 12 years, Carter Emmart has been coordinating the efforts of scientists, artists and programmers to build a complete 3D visualization of the known universe. He demos this stunning tour and explains how it's being shared with facilities around the world.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    The Future of UI

    Minority Report science adviser and inventor John Underkoffler demos g-speak the real-life version of the film's eye-popping, tai chi-meets-cyberspace computer interface. Is this how tomorrow's computers will be able to control.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    Technology's Epic Story

    In this wide-ranging, thought-provoking talk from TEDxAmsterdam, Kevin Kelly muses on what technology means in the lives from its impact at the personal level to its place in the cosmos.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Augmented-Reality Maps

    In a demo that drew gasps at TED2010, Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos new augmented-reality mapping technology from Microsoft. Blaise Ag?era y Arcas is the architect of Bing Maps at Microsoft, building augmented reality into searchable maps.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    A Turning Point for Web Exploration?

    Gary Flake demos Pivot, a new way to browse and arrange massive amounts of images and data online. Built on breakthrough Seadragon technology, it enables spectacular zooms in and out of web databases, and the discovery of patterns and links invisible in standard web browsing.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    The Wireless Future of Medicine

    Eric Topol says the presenters soon use the smartphones to monitor the vital signs and chronic conditions. At TEDMED, he highlights several of the most important wireless devices in medicine's future all helping to keep more of one out of hospital beds.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2009

    How the Internet Enables Intimacy

    The presenter worry that IM, texting, Facebook are spoiling human intimacy, but Stefana Broadbent's research shows how communication tech is capable of cultivating deeper relationships, bringing love across barriers like distance and workplace rules.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    The Thrilling Potential of SixthSense Technology

    At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data including a deep look at his SixthSense device and a new, paradigm-shifting paper "Laptop." In an onstage Q&A, Mistry says he'll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Mar 2009

    A Photo-Real Digital Face

    At TEDxUSC, computer graphics trailblazer Paul Debevec explains the scene-stealing technology in which behind Digital Emily, a digitally constructed human face so realistic it which stands up to multiple takes.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2009

    A Brain in a Supercomputer

    Henry Markram says the mysteries of the mind can be solved soon. Mental illness, memory, perception: they're made of neurons and electric signals, and he plans to find them with a supercomputer that models all the brain's 100,000,000,000,000 synapses.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2009

    Smart Power Outlets

    John La Grou unveils an ingenious new technology that will smarten up the electrical outlets in the homes, using microprocessors and RFID tags. The invention, Safeplug, promises to prevent deadly accidents like house fires and to conserve energy.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2009

    Data Visualization in the AlloSphere

    JoAnn Kuchera-Morin demos the AlloSphere, a new way to see, hear and interpret scientific data. Dive into the brain, feel electron spin, hear the music of the elements ... and detect previously unseen patterns that could lead to new discoveries.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2009

    The Next Web

    20 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. For his next project, he's building a web for open, linked data that could do for numbers what the Web did for words, pictures, video: unlock the data and reframe the way the presenter use it together.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    Mike Matas: A Next-Generation Digital Book

    Software developer the presenter demos the first full-length interactive book for the iPad - with clever, swipeable video and graphics and some very cool data visualizations to play with. The book is "Our Choice," Al Gore's sequel to "An Inconvenient Truth."

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    Bruce Schneier: The Security Mirage

    The feeling of security and the reality of security don't always match, says computer-security expert the presenter. At TEDxPSU, he explains why people spend billions addressing news story risks, like the "Security theater" now playing at the local airport, while neglecting more probable risks - and how they can break...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Conrad Wolfram: Teaching Kids Real Math With Computers

    Rockets to stock markets, many of humanity's most thrilling creations are powered by math. So why do kids lose interest in it? Conrad Wolfram says the part of math the people teach - calculation by hand - isn't just tedious, it's mostly irrelevant to real mathematics and the real world....

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Aug 2011

    Harald Haas: Wireless Data From Every Light Bulb

    What if every light bulb in the world could also transmit data? The presenter demonstrates, for the first time, a device that could do exactly that. By flickering the light from a single LED, a change too quick for the human eye to detect, he can transmit far more data...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    Mikko Hypponen: Fighting Viruses, Defending the Net

    It's been 25 years since the first PC virus (Brain A) hit the net, and what was once an annoyance has become a sophisticated tool for crime and espionage. The presenter who is a computer security expert tells the people how they can stop these new viruses from threatening the...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    Rebecca MacKinnon: Let's Take Back the Internet

    In this webcast, the presenter describes the expanding struggle for freedom and control in cyberspace, and asks: how do they design the next phase of the Internet with accountability and freedom at its core, rather than control? She believes the internet is headed for a "Magna Carta" moment when citizens...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Nov 2011

    Roger McNamee: Six Ways to Save the Internet

    The next big shift is now, and it's not what one think: Facebook is the new Windows; Google must be sacrificed. In this Webcast, the presenter presents 6 bold ways to prepare for the next internet.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Dec 2011

    Klaus Stadlmann: The World's Smallest 3D Printer

    What could one do with the world's smallest 3D printer? In this Webcast, the presenter explains about his tiny, affordable printer that could someday make customized hearing aids - or sculptures smaller than a human hair.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Oct 2011

    Guy-Philippe Goldstein: How Cyberattacks Threaten Real-World Peace

    More and more, nations are waging attacks with cyber weapons - silent strikes on another country's computer systems that leave behind no trace. In this Webcast, the presenter shows how cyberattacks can leap between the digital and physical worlds to prompt armed conflict- and how one might avert this global...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    Misha Glenny Investigates Global Crime Networks

    In this Webcast, the presenter who spent several years in a courageous investigation of organized crime networks worldwide, which have grown to an estimated 15% of the global economy. From the Russian mafia, to giant drug cartels, his sources include not just intelligence and law enforcement officials but criminal insiders.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jul 2011

    A Robot That Flies Like a Bird

    In this webcast, the presenter explains about plenty of robots can fly - but none can fly like a real bird. That is, until Markus Fischer and his team at Festo built SmartBird, a large, lightweight robot, modeled on a seagull, that flies by flapping its wings. A soaring demo...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Aug 2011

    Marco Tempest: The Magic of Truth and Lies (and iPods)

    In this webcast, the presenter explains about the iPods. Using three iPods like magical props, the presenter spins a clever, surprisingly heartfelt meditation on truth and lies, art and emotion.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    Jonathan Zittrain: The Web as Random Acts of Kindness

    In this webcast, the presenter discussed the Internet, and he suggests, is made up of millions of disinterested acts of kindness, curiosity and trust. The presenter wants to make sure the electronic frontier stays open - and the presenter's looking to the Internet's millions of users for its salvation.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2012

    Avi Rubin: All Your Devices Can Be Hacked

    Could someone hack the pacemaker? In this Webcast, the presenter explains how hackers are compromising cars, smartphones and medical devices, and warns about the dangers of an increasingly hack-able world.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Feb 2012

    Aleph Molinari: Let's Bridge the Digital Divide

    Five billion people can't use the Internet. In this Webcast, the presenter empowers the digitally excluded by giving them access to computers and the know-how to use them. Through education and technology-focused community centers, the presenter empowers the 5 billion people who cannot access or use the Internet and other...

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jan 2012

    Lisa Harouni: A Primer on 3D Printing

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about a primer on 3D printing. The presenter also gives a useful introduction to this fascinating way of making things - including intricate objects once impossible to create.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jan 2012

    Mikko Hypponen: Three Types of Online Attack

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about online attack. The presenter also explains about three types of online attack on the people privacy and data - and only two are considered crimes.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Dec 2009

    Alexis Ohanian: How to Make a Splash in Social Media

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about how to make a splash in social media. The presenter explains the real-life fable of one humpback whale's rise to Web stardom.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jun 2009

    Clay Shirky: How Social Media Can Make History

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about how social media can make history. The presenter explains how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics.

    Provided By TED Conferences

  • Webcasts // Jun 2010

    Christopher "Moot" Poole: The Case for Anonymity Online

    In this Webcast, the presenter discusses about "Moot" Poole an online image-board whose anonymous denizens have spawned the web's most bewildering. The presenter describes its subculture, some of the Internet "Memes" it has launched, and the incident in which its users managed a very public, precision hack of a mainstream...

    Provided By TED Conferences