TED Talk of the Day

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Colin Robertson attempts to deliver a three-minute TED talk about crowdsourcing solar energy solutions when his presentation is suddenly halted by every TED speaker's worst nightmare: The infamous "spinning beach ball of death."

Considering Robertson is really Eugene Cordero, an ImprovEverywhere agent who isn't so much a young entrepreneur as a merry prankster, the "nightmare" doesn't quite end there.

[ted / thanks charlie!]

Urban Improv of the Day

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Urban Improv of the Day: Improv Everywhere founder Charlie Todd married longtime girlfriend and partner in improv crime Cody Lindquist over the weekend.

Since "wedding ceremony" is just a fancy was of saying "opportunity for shenanigans," Todd arranged to have his friend, former UCBW pro-wrestler Pu Kang Kang (AKA Eugene Cordero),

Urban Improv of the Day

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Urban Improv of the Day: Fancily dressed Improv Everywhere agents classily descend on Rockaway Beach for the Second Annual Black Tie Beach mission.

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Earlier: First Annual Black Tie Bea

Urban Improv of the Day

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Urban Improv of the Day: As part of its ongoing collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum (previously), Improv Everywhere installed a wooden lectern in NYC's Union Square, inviting strangers to say something nice to other strangers.

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Urban Improv of the Day

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Urban Improv of the Day: Improv Everywhere unleashes its latest MP3 Experiment on New York City, with over 3,500 honorary agents listening to the same MP3 file and doing as they're told.

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Urban Improv of the Day

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Urban Improv of the Day: Improv Everywhere agents transform Bryant Park's Le Carrousel into a full-fledged graded stakes race, complete with jockey, odds maker, race callers, and fancy-hatted attendees.

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Urban Improv of the Day

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Urban Improv of the Day: For its latest mission, Improv Everywhere sent 23 human agents and 2 canine agents to Prospect Park in Park Slope, Brooklyn, to confuse the hell out of strangers by pretending to be under the influence of a mute button.

Produced in partnership with the Guggenheim Museum as part of its stillspotting nyc exhibi