Lipsus: Liputan khusus Rally for Egypt 2013 di Melbourne by me :))
The old saying goes: “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Folded into this truism is a nugget of wisdom: that women so often are the ones driving innovation, the creative powerhouses surfacing new concepts, and the active force crystalizing change in communities near and far. This is the spirit that TEDWomen 2013 will celebrate with its theme: Invented Here.
TEDWomen 2013 will be held in San Francisco, December 4-6, 2013, at the new SFJAZZ Center. Registration for the event opens today. Head to the TEDWomen site to find out how to apply »
But even if you can’t travel, you can be a part of the TEDWomen experience. On December 5, more than 150 TEDx events around the world will share the TEDWomen livestream and present local speakers with their own takes on invention and re-invention, making the day about the global experience of women.
TEDWomen has become a powerful…
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love TED 🙂
When TED began in 1984, it was simply a conference. But in the 30 years since, we’ve grown into an international organization with a constellation of departments and initiatives — TED.com, two annual classes of TED Fellows, the million dollar TED Prize, the student-friendly TED-Ed, the business-focused TED Institute. To help you keep it all straight, designer Mike Andersen of Hybrid Design created this handy graphic to show how all our assorted programs revolve around each other, for the maximum spreading of ideas.
Look at the graphic above, and head here to read more about our initiatives »
For my (and) your information :))
Tulisan di postingan ini merupakan kultwit dari Uda Yusuf (Ridwansyah Yusuf Ahmad, eks Presiden KM ITB 2009). Sebelum pada berbaik sangka, saya memposting copas-an tulisan ini di sini dalam rangka mendokumentasikan tulisan-tulisan inspiratif yang pernah saya baca. Mungkin bisa bermanfaat ketika buka-buka arsip di suatu saat nanti 😀 .
Temukan pasangan hidupmu melalui #taaruf
Kultwit dari @udayusuf
April 29, 2012
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