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For those of you who are not aware of it, TED: Ideas worth spreading is a terrific site. (It's even a terrific site if you ARE aware of it.) Anyway, I was getting the audio but not the video from the TED site although all my other video sites seemed fine. I finally completely wiped my MBP15 (with Snow Leopard) and started reloading my programs. Everything was fine until I added iLife '08 back in, at which time I lost the TED video again. On a hunch, I moved iMovie to the trash and the TED videos are playing again. Can anyone tell me what's happening or why?

BTW, if you go to TED, you might watch the Michael Sandel lecture from Harvard. Good stuff.

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