Flying Milk Bone on High Ridge Avenue is a True Account of a Random Act of Kindness – bravo to humanity’s good side – woof!
Pray along with Father Chip and the Saint Patrick parish as they pray the Rosary including the Joyful Mysteries, the Sorrowful Mysteries, the Glorious Mysteries, and the Luminous Mysteries.
Wondeful interview by Charlie Rose with Larry Lessig about Larry’s new book, Remix – Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy. From Obama in Chicago to upgrading Congress, they cover quite the spectrum of intellectual property rights plus discuss what it will take to free Congress from dependencies on money.
Quotes from American Politics in 1767 ring true today in Presidential Politics 2008 as they did in Philo Junius time ala Public Advertiser in Philadelpha – yikes.
Hundred-plus page opensource book featuring all the oral and written prophecies ever recorded by the Hopi – Techqua Ikachi – Native American Wisdom for Modern Times.
Political SPAM and an example of how the Republican National Committee does not get it – privacy policies that is and permission marketing.
Discussion on brainstorming, the creative process and a free audio clip from Wayne Dyer on how to inspire your child to be a no limit person.
If you think the economy is skidding towards the blink, think again and meet Rowan and Trevor – a lemonade stand sister-brother team that will rock your taste buds, bring joy to your heart and remind your soul to awaken to the creative gifts the Divine embedded in your DNA.
Photo journey and essay of young Ridgefield Lemonade Entrepreneurs and how Marxists left out entrepreneurs from their communist economic models.
The last time period in the Mayan Calendar is top tier of their pyramid and refers to Galactic and/or Universal Consciousness – it is also the shortest time span in their calendar. Accordingly, what could humans learn of such consciousness from others who might have that perspective like angels and/or aliens.
This video shows how 750 birds plus fixins flew out the doors of a Connecticut Parish during Thanksgiving 2007 as part of community outreach, yet this post starts with some background on computer media resolutions – e.g., from punch cards in the 1970s to today’s digital consumer cameras – and covers the importance in getting highest resolution possible from the get go.
Chuck Scott recounts the story of his new office chair from Staples Office Supply and the drama to get it while Kasha Scott ponders the office decor changes.
Seven minute video produced by Guiding Eyes for the Blind that show and tells what is involved in raising guide dog pups and the statisfaction one feels when they go on to succeed as living partners for visually impaired people – as heard in the ending song in this video by Katie Scott, Song for VanDyke.
A must see video for every music lover, lover of humanity, and lover of God’s gifts, in this video Wintley Phipps tells the story behind the song Amazing Grace and ends with soul winning applause.
What started as a client thread with request to produce some lead-in copy for this video of Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance in 1969, ended with reminder of how good leadership is not easy and at a minimum should be given a W-Rating.
Producing quality business audio online delivery requires balancing file size with compression quality and here Chuck Scott shares an example of how mono wins, then shares some thoughts about importance of sonic branding and creating your own sonic bug.
Legendary audio recording engineer Elliott Scheiner (Beck, The Eagles, Steely Dan, Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac, Natalie Cole, Bruce Hornsby, plus others) spoke at East Coast Music Mall (Danbury, Connecticut) about his rock record producing experience and take on the music industry today.
Hundred year-old Cathederal faces modern water damage issue from old-iron interior wall pipes and in this video, Saint Patrick Bridgeport Pastor Father Chip recounts the story of how they tracked down the leaks – plus offers a wonderful history of how this grand building came into being.
The video clip below is a project I participated with in early January 2008. I did the filming for the opening company (RAM) and the last company (RealTraps) but did not do the other companies inbetween (e.g., Painting, Fiberglass) but my camera was used for all the shooting. Ethan Winer did the editing, music, narration, […]
Guess who was featured in the January 17th Arts and Leisure Section – yours truly 🙂 Sorry no time to create text version but I did create this jpg version that you can read here. As an fyi, I thought Fran Sikorski did an awesome job in looping the Dec 11th CoolTea Songwriting event, Frankie […]