The videos aim to align with the mission of TED and TEDx: Ideas Worth Spreading and take a futuristic look at what would happen if current social media and technology trends usurped the desire for people to engage with the kind of thought-provoking content that TED and TEDx conferences deliver. The first video, The Vine Effect, ponders what would happen if 6-second sound bites became the order of the day instead of engaging, immersive, longer-format content. A second video, The Glass Era, takes an ironic look at what would occur if people stopped seeking out interesting content and became satisfied with information that was being fed to them. View the videos at Marketing Land