TED Spreadsheet Exhibit Remix

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This Exhibit is based of the spreadsheet found here. None of the data is mine. I found the spreadsheet via this tweet by scmorgan. If anyone knows who to give original credit to please let me know1

Clearly, I have no official or non-official affiliation with TED. I just like to watch the videos.

I do want to thank David F. Huynh for making Exhibit which enabled me to make this site in about 10 minutes. Most of that time taken up by messing with the CSS2. I am an Exhibit fan which is pretty obvious if you search the site. This data just seemed to beg for Exhibit so . . . I obeyed.

In the future, I may add some additional fields based on what I see as valuable to different strands of education (leadership, planning, creativity etc.). If you want to do something similar it’s really easy to get this data out and do with it what you will.


1 I did look around for about 10 minutes but no original source presented itself- popular link though.

2 Obviously, I have only the roughest ideas regarding CSS so if you have skills it’d take you no time.

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