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Chris Anderson: How YouTube is driving innovation

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(This version of Chris's talk has corrected picture of film-maker Jonathan Chu at 1:38.) http://www.ted.com TED's Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he...

Larry Richman Shared on Google+ · 5 months ago
Chris Anderson: How YouTube is driving innovation Web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation. The larger the crowd, the more potential innovators there are. http://youtu.be/LnQcCgS7aPQ
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Chris Anderson: How YouTube is driving innovation Web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation. The larger the crowd, the more potential innovators there are. http://youtu.be/LnQcCgS7aPQ
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Why doesn't this have more views ?! This is not just inspiring, it is also a wonderful piece of social commentary.
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One of the most inspirational videos of my life. Thank you! I LOVE VIDEOS and using them to promote learning and engagement!
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I think this is great. Thanks Chris. I so love watching TED speakers, I feel so inspired.
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Rahul Deodhar Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
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Xenophrenia Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
unfortunately they are now trying to kill by kissing Hollywood's ass
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Sarah Chauncey Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Social Business Design: Crowd Accelerated Innovation "Why organisations will need to embrace radical openness  to tap into the power of online video." -- +Lee Smallwood  https://plus.google.com/u/0/100034828195835575273/posts/imKzNzgATgn Crowd Accelerated Innovation: "A self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print." -- Chris Anderson, TED Chris Anderson: How YouTube is driving innovation
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What is the most important part of Chris Anderson's TED Talk? How does this impact the way you approach teaching with video? Please post your initial response, and reply to two classmates. (The Google+ method of responding to classmates is accomplished by adding a "+" before their name, ex: +John Doe )
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Mary, I agree with you 100%. I will also add that from a SPED perspective I see the use of video as a turbo charged "graphic organizer". I think video taps into the the tech. that student use in their everyday life. The web is where they go to for all their info so why not use technology they are used to. I have to think a major barrier to a basic lecture is the fact that student's think it is probably a old school way of learning. I also think about the progression of life through watching videos. Example, the other day I went to Big Bear to ride my mtn. bike. They just opened two new downhill trails with lots of features like jumps. I was able to watch video on these trails so I almost knew the trail before I got there. While riding I knew what was coming from just watching the video. Much like the example the video used with dance I was able to learn from the video while applying the visuals to my personal riding increasing my skill set. I have to think this can be expanded into education!
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Video allows us to improve in areas we normally would not even consider. I have watched so many tutorials and DIY videos in the last three years and they have allowed me to install a floor, teach a lesson on mascots, coach receivers and more recipes than I can count. It has become the new best practice for learning. 
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Grizwald Grim Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Morning all :) I've been a fan of Chris Anderson for some time - for many reasons... And this video of him discussing Crowd Accelerated Innovation - a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print.  It's 22 minutes long - but well but well worth spending the time... as he goes into why organisations will need to embrace radical openness  to tap into the power of online video. Have a great day :)
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But that's just it. I think we can keep money but we just have to realize that it is not the end all and be all. Because as soon as you start focusing just on the money, social goes out the window. Therefore we need to realize there are other, more social ways, of compensating people for their contributions. I mean imagine working on an open source project and you're work is seen as influential and critical to the project. That social influence in turn makes you stand out and will probably land you a notable job somewhere else, as you're seen as a proactive leader in what you do. Even Marina Gorbis herself, at the beginning of her book The Nature of the Future, talks about being a child in Russia where money was tight. Yet her parents survived and thrived because of their social influence, trading goods, services, and favours for this and that without any exchange of money happening.
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My personal preference is a social safety plateau, with capitalism on top. Meet as many of the basic human needs as we can, and go from there. Money isn't the end all and be all, but it's have a roof over your head without it.
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Lee Smallwood Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Morning all :) I've been a fan of Chris Anderson for some time - for many reasons... And this video of him discussing Crowd Accelerated Innovation - a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print.  It's 22 minutes long - but well but well worth spending the time... as he goes into why organisations will need to embrace radical openness  to tap into the power of online video. Have a great day :)
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+Paul Snookes he's such a great speaker - I'd defy anyone not to be inspired :)
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John Kellden Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Social Business Design: Crowd Accelerated Innovation "Why organisations will need to embrace radical openness  to tap into the power of online video." -- +Lee Smallwood  https://plus.google.com/u/0/100034828195835575273/posts/imKzNzgATgn Crowd Accelerated Innovation: "A self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print." -- Chris Anderson, TED Chris Anderson: How YouTube is driving innovation
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i enjoyed his book ... makers - the new industrial revolution ...  and still refer back to this infographic from Wired magazine from 2004 ... about the four collisions that make a breakthrough technology, by Chris Anderson, Wired, 05 2004 ... [critical price | critical mass | displacement | zero] ...  http://www.kapaigroup.net/tiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=38
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I learned how to scratch build RC airplanes via YouTube. A similar revolution has taken place there!
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the medium is the message. as much as click-learn or open source ideas are abound people need a carrot on a stick to guide them. mystics(religion), government, and free market(capitalists) held the carrots and do not plan on letting go of the carrot anytime soon.
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This condescending british smart guy is the striking portrait of this exclusive club of ted. You will never hear anything questioning seriously the political system HERE...
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There will not be 9 billion people coming our way. We have yet to decouple gdp growth from energy growth. Famines and wars are coming our way.
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@WorldOfR3n0 - Check out lectures from Princeton University. They have some art lectures mixed into their online program. Also, many museums have great websites including videos. I saw some great stuff on Van Gogh and his work before visiting a local museum. The Louvre also has a huge website.
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After seeing this i realized what needs to happen, We the community need to start up and establish something, could be massive. could change the world... "EduTube". An online forum and Video source where we are both the teachers and the students. Make it so that if you want to learn you can learn, and if you want to teach you can teach. All Media is open as long as people are willing to take the time to post up the media.
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Sam hyde has a much better talk than this.
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I found out about TED through YouTube.
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I've been following the evolution of guitarists on YT since I got here. (though not as frequent now, than earlier)
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This is one of the most relevant tedtalks ever. I find myself watching it over and over again.
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TED Kibera - that's awesome and what are the potential of human good and innovation. I hope more for this ...
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@batfly stef has some good stuff but i'd be a bit wary of someone who wants to dictate how anarchy should work and how people should conduct their lives even down to specifics of how children should be disciplined. i listened to his weekend chat once and it was like a cult with people calling people trolls if they dared deviate from stef's box, and many were intent on getting stef to comment on what they should do in specific personal situations of their lives.
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The JJ and Jill he refers to at 2:42 are: J.J. Abrams (creator of Lost) Jill Bolte Taylor (a brain scientist who had a stroke). . Their Ted Talk videos can be found here: Abrams: youtube.com/watch?v=vpjVgF5JDq8 Taylor: youtube.com/watch?v=UyyjU8fzEYU
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I like the Heart Beat sound in the end, like when we are inspired or something !! :)
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The good ol' internets. Where religion comes to die.
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I agree with you @chiciu This video crystalizes how important this and similar websites are, and how we shouldn't underestimate their power. It's not just about "biting Charlie's finger" videos!
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humanity watches 80 million hours of youTube everyday... wowow!!
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very inspiring to say the least !
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Really good talk. But I'm pretty sure I've already seen it before.
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Puppies porn and piracy! Hell yeah!
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I think that was a long way of saying: The internet has allowed us to build better knowledge bases (in the form of text, images, video etc.).
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TED is amazing and essential.
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im not very interested in high def im happy with 360p and the content in the video, some people like HD
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I'm a guy who learned how to clean a bathroom on YouTube!
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@Saesegral ...and I just found out about Khan Academy from you, Thank you Saesegral!
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Beautiful and inspiring talk - thanks.
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@AbdulRButt Thanks for the encouragement.... This complaint has been there since years now....!
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@Apsu88 The point is Youtube's a video forum with a global audience. He's not saying memes, cultures and talents have never been shared before, he's saying we can share them much faster and further now, with more impact than text.
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This is the best channel on Youtube... but the videos don't get more then 50,000 views. Let's go people, tell your friends, let's get people subscribing and watching TEDtalks
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Is it weird that this dude reminds me of Ricky Gervais?
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Love this! It is mind boggling and amazingly wonderful! This will be the key to our efforts to saving wildlife in Africa... just have to figure out how.
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Or the fact that you can listen to the talk without looking - I just shaved while listening to this.
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@desirefirst Good to be weary / skeptical... however his philosophical views are in fact advocating the exact opposite of what you say. There is absolutely nothing wrong with providing guidance on how to live your life and or raise children... the key word being guidance... However, when people look to governments and people in funny hats to use violent force to get their way... that is what Stefan is against. So... please explain what part of his philosophy is flawed?
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Addicted to YouTube for over half a decade :)
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The internet is anarchy, anarchy breeds knowledge, inspiration and voluntary collaboration. HAHA got to say though, the reason people learn faster from video is because the effect is more hypnotic, by this I'm saying the communication is more effective than the written word as it uses both visual and auditory channels to absorb the information. Any student of NLP can tell you that. Anarchy is not violence, anarchy is Freedom. Learn it, accept it.
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Great spoke. Agreed. You are not only the teachers, you're the student as well. One can't progress without the other; they drive each other. IMO
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definitely a repost. good vid though
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I repaired my washer machine and fixed a drive belt on my 71 V W Beetle by watching youtube :) @CearaQC
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"World Mentoring Academy" is offering FREE Open Courseware. Setup a free user account & select courses with video lectures, Syllabus, Free textbooks when avail., assignments/homework, testing from MIT, Harvard, UC Berkeley, Stanford, U of Mich, Yale along with many of the World's finest University's (700+courses/24-48+ Lectures)
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a Youtube video of Carl Sagan got me into discovering the amazing world of science and critical thinking. This talk is poignant.
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Youtube taught me to change the oxygen sensor on a Saturn.
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This is a great TedTalk. This guy is right about all this. Many brains are better than one. The net makes us all clairvoyant Borg. Resistance is futile. Subscribe to my channel to watch my YouTube-only animated sci-fi series. Coming soon.
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i cant believe this video has only 35k views! youtube should promote this!
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TEDxPublic? TEDxDiscussion or TEDxSkype? Also, I think that the speakers should have the liberty, if they choose, to add whatever they want to the descriptions.
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Look out, you greasy pimple-faced basement dwellers, your joy days of masturbating to 4chan and torturing your inner child are over!
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How are there more likes, and dislikes than views?
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this talk is an old one that's been updated. I'm certain I've seen this before.
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The same can be said about the printing press, but the benefits we get from great books far outweigh the wasted time created by bad ones
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Youtube tought me more history than 7 years of school ever did
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@desirefirst - I agree. Some good food for thought, but Stefan can be pretty narrow minded in his views & somewhat naive about human nature. Yes, most people are good, but there'll always be a few trying to ruin it for everyone. Read almost any comment section on You Tube to see the (low) standards that people live by. And while I agree with a lot of what he says on parenting, I'd love to be a fly on the wall as he spends a week with his kid. Parents get hungry and tired, too. No one's perfect.
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youtube taught me to tie a tie :)
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knowledge is taking off to another level :)
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@kevind256 I thought I saw this one before, thanks!
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0:24 That is NOT a dance even though it is in a choreography about dancing. It's Tricking, it developed from Martial Arts and it is independent from music, it can be called an art, but not a dance. I would know. I'm part of it.
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dont fish and drive shoud be viral. see it here!
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Science and spirituality are coming together... Age of the good in bad times...
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puppies? kittens will rule the web before puppies.
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I loved TED the moment one of their earlier videos crossed my path. To say that I'm grateful for everyone at TED and all of their contributors/supporters would be an understatement. The breadth and depth of their content is an advantage... for us all.
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this video brought no new ideas to the table. i havent learned shit.
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Is it me or has this talk already been repeated? I remember Sep 14, of last year this video was uploaded because I watched and commented, now im wondering why TED has uploaded it again?
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Superb: One of the few videos I've shared on facebook etc. Powerful ideas: --crowd accelerated innovation --ecosystem of innovation --supplanting Gutenberg --biggest learning cycle in human history Not too shabby! . Small idea: use YouTube "video responses" as part of the "light" that Chris Anderson mentions. Is that done often? Often enough? .
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@dubstepforce Actually, I was wrong. E=Entertainment. Brain fart. Sorry.
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OMG I learned two things: 1. what 00:15 means; 2. that you can click the minutes and go directly to that point. It's like learning about TED while watching TED and I must be starting a parallel universe or something. @LKBM
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i don't think every one is motivated purely by recognition. some people genuinely enjoy and are motivated by what they do for its own sake.
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The talk was a little weak, but the message, everyone getting involved in the world community, is so TedTalks, and so full of potential.
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Wonderful channel! SKYTYPERS are also about spreading ideas. phrases. words. websites. In many languages and characters. Youtube and TED rock! - KaRi
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Seeing this talk especially, I cannot understand why TED is still not streamed in 720 and 1080p streams? TEDx streams are regularly in HD.
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