As a lover of TED Talks, here’s a spreadsheet of all the episodes, with active links that take you right to the lectures. It all started with Al Gore’s performance. Of course, the best TED Talks ever is Randy Paush’s "The Last Lecture". I've posted this before, it's long, but it is outstanding, and if you don't shed a tear while at the same time being incredibly uplifted, you're missing a heart. Paush died of the pancreatic cancer he's talking about here eight months after the lecture. Also, Randy shares my birthdate, but would be four years older.