TED Last year, a dying woman wrote a column titled "You may want to marry my husband," which was read by more than 5 million people worldwide. Jason Rosenthal, the subject of that column, discussed what the last year has been like without his wife in a recent TED talk. Rosenthal said there's one simple thing that no one has done for him this year, and he wishes someone would.   Jason Rosenthal's wife Amy published a rather s...

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