this entry was briefly on the front page of ted.com
within hours, it disappeared from the front page, but is still on the site.
i really wonder why....why did TED remove this from their front page?
BTW --- if you DL firefox, and the mentioned 'collusion' , you maybe shocked. ( you can set collusion, to make a sound, whenever some site is tracking you...) on some sites that i visit daily, it sounded like jiffy-pop popcorn. looking at you NYT.com, BBC.com, Reddit, and why is facebook tracking me? i don't even have a FB account....TED was not a big cookie vendor... but G+, was pretty big.
Install firefox and collusion for a day.
See what happens.
And while the US has ruled that whoever can make money from data about you owns that data. the EU has a digital right to be forgotten....
what strange new hell is this?