The excellent talks from www.ted.com are all licensed under a Creative Commons licence so I've pulled a few of them together into a DVD for all those people who don't like watching things on their computer. This is the NTSC version, for people with North American DVD players.
There are six talks in all:
1. Dan Gilbert asks "Why are we happy?"
2. Malcolm Gladwell on spaghetti sauce
3. Sir Ken Robinson say schools kill creativity
4. Hans Rosling shows the best stats you've ever seen
5. Barry Schwartz on the paradox of choice
6. Gever Tulley on five dangerous things for kids
For full details visit www.mcqn.net/tedtaster
Please leave it seeding as long as possible to help spread the word of TED.