Hasan Elahi, an FBI target, exposed every detail of his life online for the government to see.
Has Internet access reached the status of a basic need like clean water or electricity?
A look at the TEDGlobal parties that begin when the conference sessions end.
Test your liespotting knowledge with TEDGlobal speaker Pamela Meyer's Lie-Q quiz.
An interview with Pat Mitchell on curating a TEDGlobal session and what it takes to be a journalist.
German engineering company Festo creates a robot that looks—and flies—like a bird.
European Director of TED Bruno Giussani sets the stage for the Stuff of Life.
2011 TED Prize winner JR is helping others around the world canvas their community.
Our biggest mistakes and failures can lead to our most revolutionary ideas.
Actress Thandie Newton on the journey to build identity and discover the self.
Redefining human connection.
Electronic death startups are offering to write your final chapter … before someone else does.
Is your brand ready to adapt to be "social" and "smart"?
Wired's Kevin Kelly on the technium, human evolution, and what technology wants.
Artist Jonathan Harris helps people find a signal amid the social media noise.
Thanks to the country's one-child policy, marriage in China has become exceedingly complicated.
The importance of understanding complex systems.
New digital tools build productive relationships online and off.
Capturing the images and flavor of a country in the midst of a massive transformation.
Clicking through websites can have more consequences than we think.
Sometimes life's mysteries are better left intact.
Why the future of design is inside of us.
Naif Al-Mutawa introduces Muslim superheroes and combats Islamic stereotypes.
Ethan Zuckerman thinks people who connect cultures are vital to a connected world.
Author and philosopher Alain de Botton thinks hope is overrated.