After taking the helm at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York in 2010, Bill Moggridge decided to create a series of talks featuring leading designers from around the world. Appropriately, this ongoing series is called "Bill's Design Talks," and visitors to this site have a front row seat to these wonderful conversations. Currently, there are over 20 talks available on the website. The talks are all compelling, but first-time visitors may wish to start with the conversation with David Owne titled "Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less are the Keys to Sustainability." The wonderful thing about these talks is that they all feature Q&A sessions with audience members and the production values are quite good. Another talk that is worth a look is the one with YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley, as it has a number of insights and thoughtful commentaries.