Those of you know me personally know what a TEDhead I am. Yesterday evening, I spent some time rooting around the TED site because I saw that there was something called an associate membership that included shipments of books (!). The price was daunting, so I decided to root around some more to find the book list. As far as I know, there isn't one. So, I set out to make one and will share when I'm done. BUT... while on my quest for speakers' books I came across this gem. Who would have thought that Mike Rowe would be a TEDster? Actually, it looks like it's a TED partner conference on entertainment but still.
It's a great video, though I didn't really care for his statements about OSHA and I have a feeling that many of the people to which he refers (saying they don't think it's important) agree with me. If you think I've misinterpreted what he said, set me straight. I may be oversensitive. At any rate, Rowe's anecdote about his show on sheep is hilarious and this one's well worth your time.