Can you solve the three gods riddle? – Alex Gendler

Created by logician Raymond Smullyan and popularized by his colleague George Boolos, this riddle has been called the hardest logic puzzle ever. You and your team have crash-landed on an ancient planet. The only way off is to appease its three alien overlords, Tee, Eff, and Arr, by giving them Continue Reading

Close-up card magic with a twist | Lennart Green

My favorite topic is shortcuts. The master of shortcuts — it’s, of course, nature. But I will demonstrate different ways to get rid of difficulties and go to the point, to find an answer probably much quicker than Arthur did. So, first, we violate the common sense, the logic. All Continue Reading

The story behind the Boston Tea Party – Ben Labaree

Translator: Andrea McDonough Reviewer: Bedirhan Cinar You’ve probably heard of the Boston Tea Party, something about a bunch of angry colonists dressed as Native Americans throwing chests of tea into the water. But the story is far more complicated, filled with imperial intrigue, corporate crisis, smuggling, and the grassroots origins Continue Reading

Side Effects of Drinking TEA in the MORNING

When you get a good nights sleep and wake up in the morning, your body is low on energy. It needs food to recharge your batteries. In such a condition the first thing that many people do is have a cup of tea. Different places drink different kinds of tea Continue Reading

Sharpie – Start with Sharpie – Draftfcb | YouTube Advertisers

I grew up in Malaysia on a bird farm. I was just not a very good student. I was terrible in math, I was terrible in English. I’m still terrible in English. If you are terrible at math in Malaysia you automatically go into art. So that kind of worked Continue Reading

Journey to Akha Ama Coffee: Lee Ayu Chuepa at TEDxChiangMai 2013

Translator: Patama Patamajinda Reviewer: Kelwalin Dhanasarnsombut I love to wake up and smell coffee. What about you? I would like to welcome on stage my good friend. This is coffee plant. And I also would like to bring you back to 1985. That was when I was born in a Continue Reading

The history of tea – Shunan Teng

During a long day spent roaming the forest in search of edible grains and herbs, the weary divine farmer Shennong accidentally poisoned himself 72 times. But before the poisons could end his life, a leaf drifted into his mouth. He chewed on it and it revived him, and that is Continue Reading

How Coffee Transformed My Life: Brad Butler at TEDxGoldenGatePark (2D)

Translator: Jenny Lam-Chowdhury Reviewer: Tatjana Jevdjic I was dying and needed a cure. I was 27 years old, my body was falling apart, and my mind was screaming for help. I was a real estate loan officer. I had everything I was supposed to have wanted. But I was miserable. Continue Reading

El Productor y su granito de Cafe – Alberto Song – TEDxTijuana

Translator: Kara Watkins Reviewer: Denise RQ I came to tell you a little about my story. I’ve been on this project for 15 years and making this dream, that I began 15 years ago, a reality could be called the most important part of my life. Like you, I had Continue Reading

How coffee got quicker | Moments of Vision 2 – Jessica Oreck

In a Moment of Vision… It’s 1849. William H. Bovee leaves his job at a coffee producer in New York City to seek his fortune in gold-fevered California. But leaving behind the luxuries of the city, Bovee leaves behind a more expedient cup of joe. Out west, folks are still Continue Reading