Jeg måtte se denne forelæsning 2 gange ... det var simpelthen så fantastisk at én gang ikke var nok ... Utrolig velstruktureret og sikke et indhold ... Jeg er begyndt at tro på et vi trods alt har en fremtid her på jorden og at vi kan komme til at leve i fredelig sameksistens med ... bakterier og virus ...
I simply had to watch this presentation twice ... Once wasn't enough ... it was just too great ... Well structured, well spoken and the contents - amazing! I'm starting to believe that we do after all have a peaceful future ahead of us living in co-existence with all kinds of ... bacteria and viruses ...
TED Talk: Dr. Bonnie Bassler
Naveen's right about Dr. Bassler; she's fantastic. This is an excellent TED talkbelow. Dr. Bassler is really good at speaking in a very down-to-earth, conversational manner. There is great clarity to her narrative. For example, she often says "The question is then _______" or "So the question is this: _______." Along the way she also answers the two questions we often have as listeners but that too often go unanswered: "So what? and "Why does it matter (to me/us)?" I love her style. She never relies on the confidence monitors (that we can tell) or bullet points (there are none) but instead she moves her eyes naturally around the room, clearly engrossed in what she is explaining but also very much in the moment. She references the screen often but only to illustrate her point. She uses her hands a great deal to explain processes, just as you would in ordinary, natural conversation.
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