Originally posted on TED Blog:
The ideas are in, and the conversation is hot. Since last Thursday’s launch viewers have been sharing ideas of every variety, from the practical repercussions of Sebastian Thrun’s driverless car from Google to how Deb Roy might expand his project on the birth of the word to study deaf children.
In response to Kathryn Schulz on why we should embrace, rather than reject, regret, stephCarlisi writes, “Kathryn’s talk took me on a journey through every layer of emotion involved in the stages of regret, landing me on the quite refreshing stage of: resolve. I hope this sticks with me–at least throughout the day.” Another commenter asks how shame might complicate our desire to live with our regrets, and…
View original 152 more words