This video shows the DVD motion menus of a traditional East Indian Wedding we shot last summer (2011). The wedding lasted for four days! A segment depicting traditional wedding march of the bride and her retinue is included in this clip. This march was shot with our steadycam.
An Otak Family Reunion and a Party for Nawzad Othman
Thursday, June 21, 2012, 6 pm to midnight
Laurelhurst Club, Portland, Oregon
It was a perfect evening at Laurelhurst Park as a group of Otakians, past and current, joined together to honor Nawzad.
Great food made by the guests, a live band, and fun speeches made for an exceptionally enjoyable evening. It was a real celebration!
All the founding partners were there. Nawzad and his founding partners, Ralph Tahran and Greg Kurahashi founded Otak in June of 1981. Nawzad guided Otak to great success and growth. Insight, creative vision, energy, unwavering dedication, integrity, and ethics are just some of Nawzad’s attributes that made Otak special.
The spirit Nawzad brought to Otak created a culture of trust, respect and an environment where we all empowered to do our best.
Whether you were at the party having fun, or if you had to miss it, grab some popcorn and enjoy the video of our celebration honoring Nawzad. Thumbs Up Nawzad! Special thanks to the party planning committee: Jack Carlson, Katie Kersten, Gwynne Berkely, Mandy Flett, Sinan Gumusoglu and Jerry Offer.
And special thanks to our Otak Band led by Joe Dills and David Siegel. And special appreciation to our MC for the night, Don Hanson.
This video explains Gurdjieff & Ouspensky's concepts of identification and non-identification. It suggests that we are hypnotized by our stream of consciousness to such an extent that we were are asleep and dreaming, but that it is possible to be more aware and to wake up. The video shows that frequent cognitive reframing is required because of the inherent limitations of our brain and consciousness. Stress reduction and creativity is the outcome of learning about this technique.
To get the most out of this video, it is a good idea to pause frequently to reflect upon and ponder what you have just seen and heard.
Shows nurses how to remove a Swan Ganz Catheter, otherwise known as a PA Catheter or Pulmonary Artery Catheter. Policies and Procedures in your own hospital may vary. This is the last chapter of a multi-part series of videos about the nursing management of pulmonary artery catheters.