The take home message of this year's TED conference? How NOT to pick a keynote speaker.
Known as the ultimate conference of technology, business, and arts innovation, TED's choice of notably out-there comedienne Sarah Silverman seems a desperate ploy at hipness, and a wrong fit if we've ever seen one. Gawker recaps the universal befuddlement at her talk, spurring even TED curator Chris Anderson to admit his gaffe.
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