The whole video is worth seeing but check it out if only to see the drastic decline in human population during the Bubonic Plague during the middle ages.
This is one of the most amazing things that I have ever seen. It’s a great look into the incredible mind of Stanley Kubrick. Even if you are not a fan of this work, you will be a fan of how he worked and this documentary.
The Sociopath is a documentary about the rise of Donald Trump and the Tea Party.
This is a great video about Bryn Rawlyk and The Night Oven Bakery. One of the best things about Saskatoon.
“When you don’t have a home, you’re ostracized.”
Jen Wolf spent part of her childhood living in a VW van with her family. Now she returns to her hometown of Ventura, CA, in a VW Bubbletop she restored with her husband to revisit her youth and find the healing she didn’t realize she was looking for
A short video showing the satellite images of the U.S./Mexico border. Good luck building that wall and even more luck keeping it secure.
What does the southern border of the United States actually look like? And in that sense it was a very simple gesture to try to see the border in aggregate. If you were to compile all 2000 miles and try to see it in a short space — what would that look like? In another sense it grew out of the discourses as you suggested. The way migration is talked about in our contemporary moment and in particular the way migration is talked about in terms of the southern border of the U.S. So part of this piece is a response to the way migrants and borders are talked about in our politics. And it’s also just a way of looking at landscape as a way to think about some of those things.
Serving coffee out of his 1971 Volkswagen, Carabiner Coffee’s Erik Gordon lives a life dedicated to friendship, passion, and the outdoors.
A leading political strategist explains how candidates use the art of storytelling to help swing elections.
Mr. McKinnon has had a long career working for politicians from both parties. As the lead media strategist for George W. Bush’s 2000 and 2004 campaigns as well as John McCain’s winning 2008 primary campaign, he was instrumental in shaping the way we perceived his candidates and their opponents. Remember the 2004 windsurfing ad that branded John Kerry a flip-flopper? That’s his work.
But Mr. McKinnon burned out on presidential campaigns, and increasingly came to view the oversimplification and negativity at the heart of modern campaigning as a leading contributor to the toxic political climate in which we now live. So when we sat down with him, we asked him to turn over his secret playbook.
In this film, he reveals the storytelling strategies used to elect Mr. Bush with openness and candor, and in doing so lays bare the fundamental narrative strategies that remain at the core of today’s presidential campaigns. But Mr. McKinnon believes that the power of storytelling has a dark side that voters should be more aware of. His new message is a warning to all citizens: You’re being manipulated, and our democracy relies on your ability to see that .
This video was just posted to YouTube by the Government of Saskatchewan. The quote at 2:18 by Scott Saxberg of Crescent Point Energy. Here is the extended quote from the directors cut.
“Saskatchewan is a different province in that they have a great regulatory regime and they are always continually optimizing it and they are trying to improve upon it and work with industry to grow that industry.”
That is not the role of the regulatory regime. The role of a regulatory regime is to protect investors/citizens/environment from industry, not help grow it. Also, the day after Hitachi makes massive cuts in Saskatoon, someone decided to post a video of it’s CEO talking about innovation in Saskatchewan? Then the same Cameco CEO that doesn’t like to pay taxes here? If I had paid for this video (as a taxpayer I guess I have), I want it scrubbed from the web and never shown to anyone again.
Oliver turns 8 tomorrow and when I asked him what he wanted to do for his birthday, he said he wanted to shoot a Casey Neistat type video about his day tomorrow. That isn’t going to be that hard to create or edit and I thought I would just upload it to my channel. Then Oliver realized that he doesn’t have a YouTube Channel of his own and was stressed. Last night I built one for him and you can find it here. He ruthlessly micromanaged me while I made the edits today.
So he was thrilled with it until tonight when he realized he has no subscribers and is worried his video will be a flop. Can you do me a favor and subscribe to his channel tonight or tomorrow? A couple dozen subscribers would make his day. That way when I upload this video tomorrow night, he’ll have an audience.
A story is worth a thousand data points. More here.