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Watch TED head Chris Anderson's prezi 

Chris Anderson does not speak often at TED events. He is the curator of the world famous conference, where top brains share their ideas worth spreading in the topics of technology, entertainment and design. This year, Chris spoke at TEDGlobal in Oxford. In his closing speech, he talked about how online videos change the way we interact, learn, think and consume in this increasingly shrinking world we live in.

"Chris Anderson shows how Prezi can be used effectively in a linear talk like this which has the feeling of a story and a journey. But what really made this talk good was Anderson's idea and the simple organization of the idea around a metaphor," says presentation guru Garr Reynolds in his related blogpost. Like other experts, Garr puts the emphasis on the importance of the speaker's qualities and ideas, while he says Prezi has the potential if it is used well.

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Reader Comments (10)

Hi guys,

Just want to say Prezi is awesome. I look forward to seeing how you improve it in the future.

September 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMatt Montag

Prezi is Awesome... great to see it being used at TED.

BTW - I blogged about it last week... (and used it in my first presentation which got REALLY good feedback).

Its here if you want to have a look. >

October 10, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRichard Brooks

Hi Richard,
thanks for the post!

October 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterZoli Radnai

Thaks for the post!

This is a most fascinating and thought-provoking TED presentation on two accounts. On the one hand rhetorically speaking one may well watch a convincing and enchanting presentation: contact with the audience, body-language, modern technology, realia (the printing machine), jokes, serious consideration and utmost modesty. On the other hand the theme is absolutely inspiring and pressing at the same time: how the digital world fashions the real world, and also the responsibility of those who can and should shape the digital world so that it would fashion the real world in possibly desired ways.

Thanks again for the post and for the speech as well.

October 23, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterZsolt Almási

Prezi is an awesome tool. I always struggled with power point which lacks the ability to provide a big picture view. This is what I was looking for a long time. Way to go Prezi team!!

It will be great if Prezi can add APIs to integrate with work flow tools so you can generate these work flows dynamically.

January 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSridhar Ratakonda

Anderson's is definitely an exemplary Prezi, which is very helpful as I learn this tool. I agree that the presentation works so well because it is a mixture of many elements, used seamlessly, in combination with a fascinating thesis and supporting details. I hadn't looked at online videos in this way before. Brilliant, Chris Anderson!

July 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTara Phetehan

I continue to be amazed by Prezi! I feel like I'm on a 3-D journey and my mind is along for a great adventure through this Prezi! I want to be able to make a presentation like this when my Prezi skills grow up! Wonderful work, Prezi team!

July 3, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarolyn Devane

Wow. The sophistication and quality of Prezi are taking presentations to a level never seen before. I'm continually learning new things with Prezi and delighted by its easiness and relevance in my life. I'm thinking about the future and wondering what other great things the Prezi team will develop. I'm watching and waiting to see how these innovations will change my life and the life of my students.

July 4, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatt Allin

Wow! What a journey in just a few short minutes! The possibilities seem endless with Prezi. These types of presentations appeal to many senses all at once...powerful stuff! Thank you, Chris Anderson. I am feeling both inspired and overwhelmed on this Prezi journey.

July 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAmee Pacheco

Wow, what an advanced and interesting Prezi! This shows how innovative we can be in creating a visual display to inform in a captivating way or persuade in a moving way. I can't wait to develop my Prezi skills to make something as wonderful as this!

July 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda Beasley

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