Posts Tagged "video"

How Jawbreakers are Made

As a child of the 80’s who grew up on Mr. Rogers, small wonder I’m a fan of these types of “how it’s made” videos. This stuff is fascinating to me, and I’m slowly realizing with growing concern/excitement that there’s a treasure trove of these types of videos on YouTube.

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Who’s On First

During a meeting today, a random series of comments led to someone mentioning the classic Abbot and Costello routine: Who’s On First?. A few of us were familiar with it, a few were not. I threw out the phrase “I Don’t Know” in the hopes that someone would respond with “Third Base,” but sadly no one did. I tried to…

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Peleton Responses

The speed at which online memes spread has always been amazing. Where we used to have the Streisand effect, we now get viral videos and GIFs. And, with Aviation’s commercial… remarkably deft and quick responses to virality, that in turn become viral themselves for their deftness and quickness.

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“The Last of Us” Playthrough (Baker, Hayes, North)

“The Last of Us” is well known for its compelling story, and the intro to the game still stands out to this day. Learning more of the details from the shooting process is great, but watching North’s reaction is really spectacular. I haven’t gotten through this whole video yet, but I was surprised to find myself captivated for more than 25 minutes.

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Remembering I. M. Pei

I was very taken with the way Pei approached architectural problems, and really enjoyed hearing him describe his various buildings/designs. It’s interesting to compare his critics (in France, at the time) versus now. I wonder what percentage of the Frech still view the pyramid with disdain.

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