For your reading and watching pleasure I’ve selected 3 articles from one of my favorite RSS feeds that I suspect most people will find of interest. The articles focuses on GA laws and on smartphones. Enjoy!
The quartet Well-Strung features classical musicians who sing putting their own spin on the music of Mozart, Beethoven, Pink, Lorde, Madonna, Gotye, U2, and more. Their debut show sold-out Joe’s Pub in May 2012 in New York after being workshopped at Ars Nova NYC earlier that year.
I love people seeing the same world I live in but in a completely different way than I see it and can’t wait to shoot the city again and try this craziness. The people in San Francisco are just crazy creative! I had never thought of this. Be sure to watch the video at the […]
The bubble creator assumed the stature of a mystic, silently and gently blessing the beach with his feather-lite creations: floating . glistening. spinning slowly and effortlessly in the breeze. His ambered stature atop the ledge cast a defined, thin shadow.
For your viewing pleasure: A video from the photos and video I shot with my phone this week while out and about. Video compiled with the iOS app, Replay.
Really enjoy the Replay iOS app, which makes creating a video from your media crazy simple. This video is comprised of photos and video shot on my phone over the past week.
We now collect so many photos and so much video with our smartphones, yet we don’t have the time to create interesting content with that media. This app is designed to address that issue. So, in a matter of minutes, here is what it did from media I shot yesterday.
The promise of technology was to democratize the world and bring us all together. Hmm… I’m thinking it has done more to place people in isolated silos than bring them together. I’ve been exploring this notion for some time.
I thought of our nation’s social studies teachers when I saw this excellent video on the civic responsibility we have to teach social studies as the study of power. It’s an interesting take on middle and high school education, at the very least.
During the flight, we landed the helicopter high atop Mount Tasman and got out and walked around, sinking up to our knees in the snow. The views were expansive—all the way to the Tasman Sea. The snow from Mount Tasman creates the Fox Glacier. Seeing the snow from above cracking and creating thousands of enormous crevasses was a first for me.