TED Books


I recently downloaded the TED Books app and am very impressed with the way TED can continue its message in written format. TED provided the following guidelines for varying types of content that is available and where TED Books fits in:

Tweet: 4 seconds
TED Talk: 18 minutes
Magazine article: half-hour
TED Book: an hour
Non-fiction book: a week
Moby Dick: never really get around to finishing it.

I opted to subscribe for the year which was only $15 and provides access to all books published. Admittedly, there are not many books published but the ones that are available look very intriguing. The books feature pictures and beautiful design and are great short reads.

I will be reviewing various books over the next few months, but I did do a fun read from the founder of Found about developing connections with strangers through the use of intriguing questions. I have included some screenshots below.





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