Ah, crap. It happened again.
Does anyone else feel like they’ve been Rick-rolled when someone sends them a link to a TED Talk? I just can’t commit 10 minutes at a time to anything these days. They’re such good segments, very informative, thought-provoking and usually quite fresh. So why doesn’t my body want to sit in one spot and listen to these delectable spiels whenever a friend (or foe) informs me that I must watch this video? I can’t do it! I can’t. In the same vein as how I can’t watch a movie anymore unless Sam Worthington or Johnny Depp or a cat is in it, I just can’t commit.
If you’ve never seen a TED Talk, here’s what I mean:
Actually… I have a multi-million dollar enterprise if somebody less lazy wants to take the reins. TED Talks hosted by a cat. Pending production quality, I will probably watch that. Who am I kidding about production quality? Step 1: Find a pair of khaki pants, cat-sized. Step 2: Get back to me if you figure it out.