Inspiring thoughts, compelling stories, and a strong voice, all in 20 minutes or less. That’s a TED talk, which are growing in popularity. Not surprisingly, some of these have preservation origins or connections. For your Monday, here are some TED talks worth listening to and sharing.
- The Ghastly Tragedy of the Suburbs by James Howard Kunstler, author of The Geography of Nowhere
- Preservation 2.0: Neighborhoods, Heart Bombs & Engaging Young People by Bernice Radle
- Building Community Through Historic Preservation by Jeff Siegler
- Historic Preservation: A Conservative Radical, Liberal Concept by Wayne Wood
- Building Community Through Historic Preservation by Rhonda Sincavage
Do you have any others? What’s your Monday inspiration?
One thought on “Preservation Inspiration: TED Talks”
I’m huge fan of Ted and all their many variations.