20 thoughts on “A Visual History of Human Knowledge | Manuel Lima | TED Talks”

  1. Thank you Ted Talk for the nice archive of the legendary work. It really help out my research about Mouse Is Not Mouse project. It is a project about archiving the tangible experience of computer mouse, please find the project details from here: https://www.behance.net/gallery/51039993/MINM

  2. Many people think “the older the better” when it comes to the truth. The opposite is the truth. Knowledge always evolves and gets more complete and accurate. Technology and knowledge always grow and progress. This is because the truth builds on itself. Are you ready for the ultimate Truth of life. Google TruthContest read the Present, it explains in the most detailed but understandable way the big picture of life.

  3. Too much maps with less than enough to describe the concept.
    I have watched pictures, but less likely to remember the facts been said in the video.
    The quality of the information is not considered, only facts and personal beliefs.
    I was interested to see the video, but now I think it was a waste of time.

    If I'm about to present such an interesting topic, I would stimulate the appeal to acquire knowledge using facts from real life, break them down, simplify them and offer the audience a challenge they experience in their daily life, then I would think of a way to make them save the information being shared with them so they can use it in their daily life. Afterword, I would describe how human beings organize their ideas, mapping them, and how data are being stored then presented. At the end, I would use the whole video to illustrate the reason behind using those maps and how important they're to describe the topic.

    Cheers 😀

  4. Trees and Networks are both Graphs. Trees are Graphs without loops. Networks are Graphs of any kind.
    Did we really need a TED talk for this?

  5. Agradeço a Margarida Ferreira pela tradução das legendas para o português-BR. Isso realmente ajuda bastante a todos os brasileiros.

  6. networkism is because we "may" be understanding the paradigm of the ancients. implosion energy (matriarchal) vs. explosion energy (patriarchal). Networks are inherently feminine.

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