Julian Treasure

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A plea for cafés to rediscover the joy of soft furnishings, quiet conversation and serenity.
Speaking, public speaking, confidence, voice, personal growth, sales, relationships, Mark Ronson, Bernie Krause, Susan Cain
Music, sound, Krause, Treasure, noise, animals, symphony, soundscape, audio
Hotel, music, Fairmont, noise, sound, San Francisco, breakfast
Schools, introverts, offices, noise, acoustics, education, sound, #TED
VR, virtual reality, gaming, sound, vision, tech, MIT, Microsoft, space
Music, piano, healing, conversation, vibration, Vancouver
http://bit.ly/workspace-productivity Sound directly impacts our work performance - from our creativity to our physical comfort - and yet many of us work in spaces that are simply not fit for purpose. Most office soundscapes are accidental and unproductive, and problematic noise is rarely recognised or dealt with. In this live video broadcast, I'll help you to take control of your sound at work. We'll be exploring: - 5 most common mistakes in workspaces - how an office can be too loud or too quiet - the effects of noise on health - the world's worst sound for productivity - how to triple your effectiveness in a noisy office So join me live on Wednesday 19th February at 19:00 GMT for this interactive On-Air Hangout. Confirm your attendance on the Google+ event page and feel free to submit any questions in advance too. I'm looking forward to having you there.
Sound, audio, nature, ecology, soundscape ecology, soundscapes, noise
Lovely serenity on a sunny afternoon in a quiet bay near the Northern top of Greece, opposite Corfu. Goat bells, a distant cockerel, local birds and apologies for some human voice at the end from another boat - please edit at will!
#tdc13 @documentally A great chat at Thinking Digital with Christian about sound, education, life and presence.
Beauty, Shira, web, competition, sound, beautiful, beautifulnow.is
Alex Doman, listening, sound, noise, music, Julian treasure, health, education
Totally colourblind Neil Harbisson has a skull implant that creates artificial synesthesia (sonochromaticism) and lets him hear colours. A human cyborg, and a fascinating man!
Robert Gupta (TED senior fellow and first violin for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra) on his amazing Street Symphony project. Robert Gupta, music, street symphony, therapy, prisons, LA, classical music, homeless
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Podcast Status
Aug 7th, 2009
Latest Episode
Feb 20th, 2015
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Avg. Episode Length
4 minutes

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