Admittedly this is an old TED talk, it’s from February 2006, but wasn’t posted until June of the same year. It’s a talk by Sir Ken Robinson about creativity and schools and how schools are killing it. I’ve watched this talk many times and it’s definitely among my favourite TED talks. It’s not a topic I would have necissarily found interesting, it’s not about technology or science or space. It’s sort of a bland boring sounding topic, but I’ve found that some of those types of topics end up having the best presented talk on TED and end up being remarkable and extremely engaging.