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こんばんは！ Woah, I really posted a lotta shorts : / (well, maybe because I was too lazy to post theme :P ). Anyway, this is just a small preview of one of my late 2014 projects (I have another one that I will post a preview on next month), this one is the sentimental video. It's all about Hiccup and Toothless's friendship and the clips are going to be from both movies (that's why it's not going to be out yet). またね！+ More details
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Luke Mysse, cofounder of the non-profit STOPSAM.org, wanted to spend the rest of his life helping people. And he didn’t waste time, as he’s riding his bicycle across the United States to stop severe acute malnutrition in South Sudan. Along the way, he realized that he could tap into the experience of running his own marketing and PR shop to help his cause. For starters, Luke is well known in the design community. So it’s no surprise that he valued Xero’s focus on design and used the online accounting software for his business. Now he’s taking Xero along for the ride (literally). “Everybody at Xero was just as excited about our trip as I was. I could feel that they were human and connected with why I was doing [the ride]. It was great to welcome them as a sponsor … and to be able to use their app to manage finances for the trip which is great,” says Luke. With Xero by his side, Luke can focus on the goal, “Our goal is 5,000 miles, 5,000 lives. People have asked me a lot of times like why I’m doing this and to me it’s pretty simple: There’s a kid dying of malnutrition — and I know how to fix it,” he says. In fact, Luke is looking to fix it with incredible efficiency. “Money that was raised with sponsorships and the money I raised privately before I left covers 100 percent of everything we’re doing and so now all the money goes to the kids — so now the sky’s the limit.” Learn more about accounting software for non-profits: https://www.xero.com/not-for-profit/+ More details
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This video is a collection of three months worth of traveling, cooking and hearing people's stories from Minnesota to New Orleans to Washington. Its the first half of a six month trip. Full length episodes can be watched at www.theperennialplate.com Filmed on Canon XF100 and t2i by Mirra Fine and Daniel Klein in 20 states, across 10,000 miles, over 3 months and lots of REAL food.+ More details
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