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Nope. Anyone around the world with access to the internet is free to explore shatterbox.com. Watch and share shatterbox stories, leave comments, and learn more about featured individuals in their profiles.

Nope. Watch the shatterbox stories for free. Some may find it exciting to register so they can connect with other users and share their own stories, but you can explore shatterbox without registration.

When you register on shatterbox.com, you join a global network of young people seeking and sharing inspiration about innovative careers. As a member, you can:

• Create a profile. Give information about you, tag your interests and share your own career stories- you can even add pictures, and one day soon…videos!

• Search and connect with other shatterbox members around the world

• “Heart” your favorite shatterbox stories

It’s simple. And you don’t have to give us your blood type or social security number. Just fill out this form with your full name, email address, location (city, country) and your chosen username and password.

Oops. No problem. On the home page, just click “I forgot my log-in info.” We’ll ask you for the email address you used to register and when you click the send button, we’ll send you your username and a new temporary password to your email address.

When you’re signed into shatterbox, click my shatterbox at the top of the screen. Here you can change your personal details, like name, email, username and password. Click save when you’re done.

The stories you see on shatterbox were produced by the shatterbox founders with help from fantastic video and editing professionals. Featured individuals were unpaid and simply want to share their experiences and passion with the world. Many stories are from the New York City area, but soon we’ll be capturing stories from around the world. More stories will be added all the time.

Yes. TEDTalks are distributed under a Creative Commons (CC) license. This doesn't replace copyright – which remains undivided with TED Conferences LLC – but it makes the terms more flexible. Anyone is free to download the videos from TED.com; share them with friends; republish or embed them on their website or blog. But this use must be made within the terms of the CC license "Attribution – NonCommercial – NonDerivative."

We want shatterbox stories out in the world! Feel free to share shatterbox stories on blogs or websites, but please ensure you’re in compliance with the terms of the Creative Commons license.

Sure! Again, as long as you’re in compliance with the terms of the Creative Commons license. We’d love to see shatterbox stories shared with groups in creative ways.

Absolutely! Once again, as long as you’re in compliance with the terms of the Creative Commons license. The stories must be unedited and include the shatterbox branded visuals as well as any sponsorship visuals and must be limited to non-commercial events.

Please do! Like all other types of presentations, please remain in compliance with the terms of the Creative Commons License. Schools and universities are great places to show shatterbox stories.

No. You may not edit, cut, remix, mashup any shatterbox content. If you come across any shatterbox content that has been tampered with, please inform us.

While we are in beta, we’d love to hear your thoughts on everything from how to improve the site to exciting potential shatterbox stories. Please submit any content suggestions to the beta comment box.

We’re always on the lookout for fascinating stories to tell. Please submit suggestions to the beta comment box and we will take it into consideration. Note that we’re not interested in corporate presentations, self-motivated speeches and product pitches.

We’re always on the lookout for fascinating stories to tell. Please submit suggestions to the beta comment box and we will take it into consideration. Note that we’re not interested in corporate presentations, self-motivated speeches and product pitches.

Tell us! Please contact us if you see anything on a member’s profile or a comment board and flag it as inappropriate. If we find that it violates our user agreement, we will remove it.

We’re dying to hear what you think of us. (We’re vain like that.) While we’re in our beta phase, we’re counting on hearing from our users about how we can improve. What do you like, what do you hate, what would you like to see us do in the future? Please submit all these suggestions to the beta comment box.