TED(指Technology, Entertainment, Design在英語中的縮寫,即技術、娛樂、設計)是美國的一家私有非營利機構,該機構以它組織的TED大會著稱。TED誕生於1984年,其發起人是里查德·沃曼。

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該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第166期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-08
Every era has its defining struggle and the fate of Africa is one of ours. Its not the only one, but in the history books its easily going to make the top five--what we did or what we did not do. Its a proving ground, as I said earlier, for the idea of equality.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第165期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-07
Franklin was deeply, deeply distressed by what he saw. In Ireland he saw how England had put a stranglehold on Irish trade, how absentee English landlords exploited Irish tenant farmers and how those farmers in Franklins words lived in wretched hovels of mud and straw, were clothed in rags and subsisted chiefly on potatoes. Not exactly the American dream. . .
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第164期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-07
Me, Im in love with this country called America. Im a huge fan--Im a huge fan of America. Im like one of those annoying fans, you know the ones that read the CD notes and follow you into bathrooms and ask you all kinds of annoying questions about why you didnt live up to that. You know. Im that kind of fan.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第163期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-06
Yesterday, here in Philadelphia, at the Liberty Bell, I met a lot of Americans who do have the will. From arch--Are you here? Theres the three million of them over there--From arch religious conservatives to young secular radicals, I just felt an incredible overpowering sense that this was possible, yesterday.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第162期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-06
Well, more than we think. We cant fix every problem--corruption, natural calamities are part of the picture here--but the ones we can we must. The debt burden, as I say, unfair trade, as I say, sharing our knowledge, the intellectual copyright for lifesaving drugs in a crisis, we can do that. And because we can, we must.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第161期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-05
Because at that moment I became the worst scourge on Gods green earth, a rock star with a cause. Krikee. Except it isnt the cause. Seven thousand Africans dying every day of preventable, treatable disease like AIDS? Thats not a cause--thats an emergency.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第160期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-05
Africa makes a mockery of what we say, at least what I say, about equality and questions our pieties and our commitments because theres no way to look at whats happening over there and its effect on all of us and conclude that we actually consider Africans as our equals before God. There is no chance.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第159期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-04
Well to me betraying the age means exposing its conceits, its foibles; its phony moral certitudes. It means telling the secrets of the age and facing harsher truths. Every age has its massive moral blind spots. We might not see them, but our children will.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第158期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-04
Actually I saw something in--in the paper last week about Kermit the Frog giving a commencement address somewhere. One of the studens was complaining, I worked my ass off for four years to be addressed by a sock? You have worked your ass off for this. For four years youve been buying, trading, and selling everything youve got in this marketplace of ideas. The intellectual hustle.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第157期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-03
So that for better or worse that was my education. I came away with a clear sense of the difference music could make in my own life, in other peoples lives if I did my job right. --Which, if youre a singer in a rock band, means avoiding the obvious pitfalls like, say, a mullet hairdo. If anyone here doesnt know what a mullet is by the way, your educations certainly not complete.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第156期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-03
But no, I never went to college. Ive slept in some strange places, but the library wasnt one of them. I studied rock and roll and I grew up in Dublin in the 70s; music was an alarm bell for me. It woke me up to the world. I was 17 when I first saw The Clash, and it just sounded like revolution.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第155期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-02
I think I guess it was at that point when your trustees decided to give me their highest honor. Doctor of Laws, wow! I know its an honor, and it really is an honor, but are you sure? Doctor of Law, --you know, all I can think about is the laws Ive broken.
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第154期:奏出生命中最美的樂曲2015-07-02
Thank you! My name is Bono and I am a rock star. Dont get me too excited because I use four letter words when I get excited. And Im that guy. Id just like to say to the parents, your children are safe, your country is safe, the FCC has taught me a lesson and the only--the only four-letter word Im going to use today is P-E-N-N. (Safe. )
該音頻有LRC字幕 名人勵志英語演講 第153期:感覺失敗及尋找幸福2015-07-01
So, Dr. King said, Not everybody can be famous. But everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service. Yet, those of you who are history scholars may know the rest of that passage. He said, You dont have to have a college degree to serve. You dont have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.
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