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ZUHÖREN. | TED Salon Playlist August 2017

ZUHÖREN. | TED Salon Playlist August 2017

Beitragsserien: TED Salon Playlist

Zuhören. Einfach nur zu zuhören. Das erweist sich oft als wirksamer Zauber, der neue Möglichkeiten schafft. Unser August TED Salon reflektierte über Realität und Wirkung von Zuhören. In drei Räumen haben wir gleichzeitig jeweils TED Talks gezeigt, in zwei Runden: 3 TEDs + (2 TEDs + Stille) – und dannach im Gespräch erkundet, was wir gehört haben und was wir damit machen können. Die Playlist dazu, wie gewohnt, finden Sie unten.

Honor Harger  A history of the universe in sound

Artist-technologist Honor Harger listens to the weird and wonderful noises of stars and planets and pulsars. In her work, she tracks the radio waves emitted by ancient celestial objects and turns them into sound, including „the oldest song you will ever hear,“ the sound of cosmic rays left over from the Big Bang.

 

Ernesto Sirolli  Want to help someone? Shut up and listen!

When most well-intentioned aid workers hear of a problem they think they can fix, they go to work. This, Ernesto Sirolli suggests, is naïve. In this funny and impassioned talk, he proposes that the first step is to listen to the people you’re trying to help, and tap into their own entrepreneurial spirit. His advice on what works will help any entrepreneur.

 

Dave Isay Everyone around you has a story the world needs to hear

Dave Isay opened the first StoryCorps booth in New York’s Grand Central Terminal in 2003 with the intention of creating a quiet place where a person could honor someone who mattered to them by listening to their story. Since then, StoryCorps has evolved into the single largest collection of human voices ever recorded. His TED Prize wish: to grow this digital archive of the collective wisdom of humanity. Hear his vision to take StoryCorps global — and how you can be a part of it by interviewing someone with the StoryCorps app.

 

Evelyn Glennie  How to truly listen

In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie illustrates how listening to music involves much more than simply letting sound waves hit your eardrums.

In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, „We are losing our listening.“ In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening — to other people and the world around you.

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