This is another post in my series about TEDxStanford. I wrote just one note about Aleta Hayes in my program, and it was this:
I don’t remember now why I wrote that. I know that I love to dance, and that Continue reading “Boundless love.”
Continuing my series on TEDxStanford, here are my notes from Joel Stein:
You are the sum of your experiences.
Identity is not discovered in a black box. Continue reading “Identity.”
More of my notes from TEDxStanford, the one where I arrived in a police car. I’m sharing some of what I wrote in my program during the event. It might be a quote from the speaker, or it might be a thought I had at the time.
My key take away from Dr. Sanjiv Sam Gambhir is simply this: Continue reading “What love does.”
In May I attended TEDxStanford. I arrived in a police car. I had parked on campus and got lost on my way to the event. I was there pretty early and there weren’t many people around, so I was relieved to find a campus police officer. I asked him if he knew where the TEDx event was. “Sure,” he said, “I can give you a ride if you want.”
“You’ll have to sit in the back, though.”
Continue reading “Emerging.”