What were the most powerful ideas of 2014? Watch our 8-minute highlight reel of the Year in Ideas.
Explore a fun, interactive playlist of the TED Talks of the year at http://yearinideas.ted.com/2014/
Below, a time-coded list of the talks in this video:
Chris Hadfield: What I learned from going blind in space
Fabien Cousteau: What I learned spending 31 days underwater
Vincent Moon and Nana Vasconcelos: Hidden musical rituals around the world
Daria van den Bercken: Why I take the piano on the road ... and in the air
Ben Saunders: To the South Pole and back
Allan Adams: The discovery that could rewrite physics
Hugh Herr: The new bionics that let us run, climb, dance
Leanna Wen: What your doctors won’t disclose
Manu Prakash: A 50-cent microscope
Jorge Soto: The future of early cancer detection?
Eric Liu: Why ordinary people need to understand power
Pia Mancini: How to upgrade democracy
Jeremy Heimans: What new power looks like
Simon Anholt: Which country does the most good for the world?
Michael Green: What the Social Progress Index can reveal about your country
Nick Hanauer: Beware, fellow plutocrats, the pitchforks are coming
Thomas Pikkety: New thoughts on capital in the twenty-first century
Charmian Gooch: My wish: To launch a new era of openness in business
Kenneth Cukier: Big data is better data
Jennifer Golbeck: The curly fry conundrum: Why social media ‘likes’ say more than you think
Anne Milgram: Why smart statistics are the key to fighting crime
Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters
Richard Ledgett: The NSA responds to Edward Snowden’s TED Talk
Edward Snowden: Here’s how we take back the Internet
Keren Elazari: Hackers: The Internet’s immune system
Melissa Fleming: Let’s help refugees thrive, not just survive
Kimberley Motley: How I defend the rule of law
Eman Mohammed: Courage to tell a hidden story
Sebastian Junger: Why veterans miss war
Kevin Briggs: The bridge between suicide and life
Sting: How I started writing songs again
Mark Ronson: How sampling transformed music
Sarah Lewis: Embrace the near-win
Elizabeth Gilbert: Success, failure and the drive to keep creating
Jamila Lysicott: 3 ways to speak English
Jill Shargaa: Please, please, please, let’s put the ‘awe’ back in ‘awesome’
Anne Curzan: What make a word ‘real?’
Nicholas Negroponte: A 30-year history of the future
Dan Gilbert: The psychology of your future self
Isabel Allende: How to live passionately—no matter your age
Ziauddin Yousafzai: My daughter, Malala
Zak Ebrahim: I am the son of a terrorist. Here’s how I chose peace.
Mellody Hobson: Color blind or color brave?
Geena Rocero: Why I must come out
Shaka Senghor: Why your worst deeds don’t define you
Maysoon Zayid: I got 99 problems ... palsy is just one
Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly: Be passionate. Be courageous. Be your best.
Andrew Solomon: How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are
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