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  1. 1. TED
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  5. 5. 04 TED
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  8. 8. 07 TEDxNanjing 2014 Beauty & Complexity
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  10. 10. 09 TED
  11. 11. n the XYZs of a truly terrible TED talk
  12. 12. "XYZ of a terrible TEDTalk", made by Chris Anderson : - Take a really long time to get started; - "Too important to be just a talk, slow down and orate; - Make sure everyone knows who you are; - Make yourself seem smart, use abstract language and lofty concepts; - Who needs real substance? All that matters is that you inspire; - No need to build an argument; - Try to sound as intellectual as possible;
  13. 13. - No time to waste telling stories - Copy your visuals of the web, too easy and no one will notice; - Be very serious. Humor is a terrible distraction; - Give lots of details about the storie and structure of the organization; - Slip in some snarky political comments; - If you`re an artist or architect, try to sound as intellectual as possible; - Memorizing 90% of your talk should be just fine;
  14. 14. - Don`t risk being true; - Talk about crucial funding needs; - Great TEDTalks follow a formula. Crack the code and copy it.
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  17. 17. 16 No
  18. 18. 17 five part Greek
  19. 19. 18 Step1 introduction
  20. 20. 19 Step2 narrative
  21. 21. 20 Step3 argument
  22. 22. 21 Step4 refutation
  23. 23. 22 Step 5 conclusion
  24. 24. 23 TED talk
  25. 25. 24 duanxinxing@gmail.com 13645192871