February 28, 2010 It seems Temple Grandin is on her way to becoming a household name. Earlier this month she was featured in a bio-epic on HBO, which was written about on the New York Times. Her story of growing up as an autistic child and her accomplishments – one which involves humane treatment of livestock – deserve the attention she has been getting. Add to the list a recent recording of her talk at TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design). What makes her different, according to Grandin, is “I think in pictures, I don’t think in language”.
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