This morning, TED is celebrating a major milestone—one billion TEDTalk views. To commemorate this momentous occasion, TED has released an interactive timeline, starting with the first 6 TEDTalks in 2006 and carrying through today’s 1 billion views announcement.
Following the announcement of Hulu’s partnership with TED we bring you 10 of the most inspiring TEDTalks you can now watch on Hulu.
The app allows users to browse through nearly 800 TEDTalks, ranging from three minutes to 30 minutes, and features include an “Inspire Me” button, which enables selection of speeches by length and type of talk; curated playlists of TEDTalks on topics including “The Power of Cities,” “How We Learn,” “A Greener Future,” and “Unconventional Explanations”; tags breaking the content down into about 250 categories, the ability to save speeches for offline viewing; and the ability to browse the play list while watching a TEDTalk.
TED Media executive producer June Cohen said:
The iPad presents a thrilling new platform for delivering a TED experience. We rethought the user experience to take advantage of the portability, the touch screen, and the focused media time people have when they travel or settle in for an evening. We think TED fans will particularly love the “Inspire Me” button, which creates a custom play list to fill the exact amount of time they have free.