I’m a huge fan of TED and their online TED Talks. The Couch Sessions has also promoted several TEDx events, including TEDxPennQuarter and TEDxBrooklyn, so you know we’re always down for the cause. If you don’t know, the TED (short for Technology Entertainment and Design) promote new ways to tackle old ideas and the spread of innovation to inspire new ones. I know this might not be your cup of tea, but I recently stumbled upon conductor Eric Whitacre’s Virtual chior.
Whitacre recited over 2000 voices from all over 40 countries to sing his version of “Sleep.” No explanation needed. Just check the video.