Thanks to Robert McWhirter for this post over at the ABA Journal. Click the link to the article to read more information about the US Constitution. 10 Common Misconceptions about the Constitution Most voters today would not have had the right to vote under the original Constitution. Many of the rights we take for granted were […]
Archive for 2015
Terrific video from 2013, worth seeing again. Look for the Elf on the Shelf throughout the video. While you’re at it, watch Carol of the Bells by the Piano Guys: A terrific way to welcome the Christmas Season.
Some people seem to have too much time on their hands, but I can’t complain about the results. This goes to show – it’s not just today’s young and hip that can dance.
Adele’s new single, “Hello” is making waves. ASL interpreter Molly Bartholomew takes it up several notches. Even if you’re getting tired of “Hello,” take time to watch this: Hello – Adele ASL Interpretation from Molly Lou Bartholomew on Vimeo.
If you are a farmer, you’ll get this. Our friends in Iowa have come up with this, as endorsed by KIK110.1 Check out the video:
In case you missed this in 2014, here is a terrific home Halloween light show, set to Queen’s famous BR – Well done!
Check out this OK Go video – uses awesome technology, including a Honda Uni-Cub and UAS (unmanned aerial system, i.e. “drone”) to shoot the entire video, half speed in one take. The imagination and coordination is amazing. Watch the “behind the scenes” video to see how it was conceived, developed, and filmed:
Awesome. What a difference human creativity can make.
The phrase “Unicorns” (in reference to startup companies) has been around since 2013 when Cowboy Ventures tagged 39 startup companies with membership in the Unicorn Club. “Tech Unicorns” are billion-dollar tech startup companies that rocketed to fame (and fortune). Unicorns have launched at a rate of about 4 per year over the past decade. “Super-unicorn” is […]
He gave up the NFL for farming in North Carolina, and then gives the first part of his crop to the hungry. Way cool. According to Jason, “A life of greatness is a life of service.”
This is what can happen when you search for solutions. Kudos, Ms. Scott!
I don’t watch DWTS, and I never watched “Fresh Prince of Bel-Aire,” but this is charmingly cute and wonderfully well-done. Worth a coffee break.