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Tagged class, economy, hunger, poverty, video
The Startup Toolkit profiles Aeir and profiles the person behind it, Joseph Hill. It is an inspiring story:
“A man, a mop, a year, and an app – Joseph Hill on Aeir Talk”.
Posted in Coding, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Communications, Connection, Internet, Web, Media, Public Service, Civics, Government, Activism |
I’m giving this as a gift this year. Looks like lots of fun 🙂
Potato Chip Science.Home.
“The Potato Chip Science Kit”
brain pickings links to two great presentations that get you thinking about education by introducing you to Montessori philosophy:
Superwoman Was Already Here: The Montessori Philosophy, Animated | Brain Pickings.
Pearl Jam – I Won’t Back Down (Gorge ’06):
Personal practice for the week is this. What an awesome version of a great song.
Rob Wilson’s project releases its latest, this time on The Matrix, showing its influences inline, including a snippet of the 4th Doctor in “The Deadly Assassin”:
Everything Is A Remix: THE MATRIX from robgwilson.com on Vimeo.
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Tagged craft, influences, monomyth, stories, video
YouTube: Maker Faire:
“The Long Slow Make: Understanding the Maker Movement”:
“Anil Dash shares his observations and insights into the development of the Maker movement He sees it as a kind of political movement that is apolitical in nature but also radical and inclusive. This conversation with Anil and Dale Dougherty, founder of MAKE magazine and Maker Faire, touches on the social context of making, and what it means for individuals, families and communities. How will a “long, slow make” transform our society?”
Check out the post at Boing Boing:
“Understanding Makers, a conversation with Anil Dash & Dale Dougherty” for more.
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Tagged achievement, Anil Dash, DIY, economy, video
Wow this must have been an amazing show. The video is high quality. If you were there, you were bound to be affected. Boing Boing:
“The Ramones at their best in London, 1977”.
“Ramones – It’s Alive (The Rainbow) 1977 HQ “: