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"We have a right to privacy . because we recognize that trusting anybody any government authority with the entirety of human communications in secret and without oversight is simply too great a temptation to be ignored" he said TED organizers gave the NSA a chance to respond to Snowdens talk by inviting deputy director Richard Ledgett David Brooks: Should You Live for Your Résumé Touching on the rudimentary conflict between external accomplishments and internal fulfillment New York Times columnist and author David Brooks makes the case that we should strive toward having the better eulogy over the better résumé "The external logic is an economic logic: input leads to output risk leads to reward The internal side of our nature is a moral logic and often an inverse logic You have to give to receive" Brooks said in his TED Talk Society rewards the résumé and according to Brooks you cant calculate ones life value by looking at the bottom line Theres a reason why we dont read out résumés during funerals Larry Page: Where Googles Going Next For those who ever dreamed of sitting in the front row and trying to see what Google has up its sleeve this TED Talk is a cant-miss Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss whats next for the search giant including smartphones powered by artificial intelligence Wi-Fi-enabled balloons and automated vehicles and more grounded topics like security and privacy "I don’t think we can have a democracy if we’re having to protect you and our users from the government for stuff that we’ve never had a conversation about" the Google CEO said referring to Edward Snowden a fellow TED Talker Page also defended the lack of privacy on the Internet by pointing out the good that could come from sharing information with "the right people in the right ways" such as making medical records available anonymously to research doctors "If we did that wed save 100000 lives this year" he said Margaret Gould Stewart: How Giant Websites Design for You (and a Billion Others Too) Facebooks Like button is seen around the world 22 billion times a day making it one of the most viewed visual icons ever designed Facebooks director of product design Margaret Gould Stewart talked about designing digital elements for a sixth of the worlds population "We use a lot of data to inform our decisions but we also rely very heavily on iteration research testing intuition human empathy It’s both art and science” said the self-proclaimed inventor of "Designing for Humanity 101" “Data analytics will never be a substitute for design intuition Data can help you make a good design great but it will never made a bad design good" She also explained how the company has handled "change aversion" when even the tiniest of changes create an avalanche of outrage "Even though we tried to do all the right things we still received our customary flood of video protests and angry emails and even a package that had to be scanned by security" she said "but we have to remember people care intensely about this stuff and it’s because these products this work really really matters to them" Simon Sinek: Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe Leadership expert Simon Sinek has written two books Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last both about managing a successful team For his TED Talk he touched on the innate human necessity to feel safe According to Sinek the business world is filled with danger–be it an unstable economy the fluctuating stock market or hungry competitors–and the leader needs to set the tone for survival "When a leader makes the choice to put the safety and lives of the people inside the organization first to sacrifice their comforts and sacrifice the tangible results so that the people remain and feel safe and feel like they belong remarkable things happen" Sinek said Elizabeth Gilbert: Success Failure and the Drive to Keep Creating Eat Pray Love is the modern-day definition of a literary success: a staple on several bestseller lists when it first came out the novel became a film adaptation starring Julia Roberts But soon after author Elizabeth Gilbert felt stuck so burdened by her own hype that she considered never writing another book "I had to find a way to make sure that my creativity survived its own success" she said "And I did in the end find that inspiration but I found it in the most unlikely and unexpected place I found it in lessons that I had learned earlier in life about how creativity can survive its own failure" Gilbert began relating back to her early days struggling to first get published the six years of rejection letters that didnt stop her from pursuing her passion "I loved writing more than I hated failing at writing which is to say that I loved writing more than I loved my own ego which is ultimately to say that I loved writing more than I loved myself And that’s how I pushed through it" the author said Tim Berners-Lee: A Magna Carta for the Web Twenty-five years after inventing the World Wide Web Tim Berners-Lee went to the TED Conference to talk about its future Like fellow TED Talkers Larry Page and Edward Snowden Berners-Lee talked about issues concerning censorship privacy and security He also encouraged Internet users to fight for the version of the Web they want to see prosper in the future and shared his vision: "I want [a Web] which is not fragmented into lots of pieces . some 22.