I actually really like this Ted Talk. My reason for this is because, his message is totally realistic, and I completely agree with everything he said.
I really liked this TED talk mainly because it was really easy to connect to and understand.
I enjoyed this TED talk because he had a strong hook on the viewer, A.K.A "me" and was very very self explained in the video, he showed alot of good points and made people laugh with his little twists of jokes on the topic. I would definatly put this as my top five because it was very well done.
Wow! This talk was not the most exciting but his message seemed to hit home with those of you who responded.
Dave Meslin talks about how societies are falling apart because people are failing to act and participate in community activities. This is because of many reasons, such as the fact that communities are not clear enough in what they really want you to do, and that the media hides many important things with advertising. This TED Talk gives a very powerful and important message that we must act out what we believe in because when enough of us do so, the truth can no longer be covered, and therefore "the antidote to apathy" will finally take effect
Dave Meslin was by far my favorite
Meslin has a very similar perspective as myself. I agree that there is a huige problem with people not caring enough. Very strong points while keeping the video entertaining!
This TED talk had a good and true message but the talk is long and not very entertaining so the viewer might get bored and stop paying attention so it might not be the best for teenagers to watch because they might lose focus and miss the message. The connection to the novel is vague but it is still connected.
This is a deep message. I almost cried.
I think Dave Meslin has a strong message. He speaks about a topic many are afraid to speak about. He explains how that many communities are slefish, stupid and lazy. He exposes the truth to the public.
Here we will present our selections for the TED Talks 5X2 and debate amongst ourselves as to what we are going to choose.