1. Brown Family Introduction | Pastor of Student Ministry

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    We are so excited to welcome the Brown family to ChangePoint! Adam Brown is our new Pastor of Student Ministry

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    • Trailer for "SAVE THE DEVIL", a documentary about the story of two families fighting for their life in Haiti.

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      This is the trailer for the Documentary "Save the Devil". This is the story of two families fighting for life. One is a family of Haitian farmers struggling daily to feed their children. And one is a family of birds on the brink of extinction living in one of the last places on earth they can hide. Please visit the website at savethedevil.net . Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/savethedevilMOVIE Twitter: https://twitter.com/save_the_devil Instagram: http://instagram.com/savethedevil# Shot on Canon C300, Sony F700, Canon L Lenses, 5D III for Timelapse, Quadcopter, jib and sliders. Thank you to Koerner Camera for the support (FS700)! Guido Ronge: camera, time lapse, audio and lighting Aaron Straight: director, producer, 2. camera, quadcopter pilot

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      • How to decide between outsourcing and internal, presented by Adam Brown

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        SocialMedia.org's Brands-Only Summit is an annual event featuring 16 peer-to-peer collaborative workshops, 12 how-to classes, 12 real-world case studies, 3 brilliant authors, and 2 amazing keynotes. To learn more, visit socialmedia.org/summit/. To download the slide presentation in this video, visit http://wom.us/STGA0K. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In his presentation, Salesforce.com's Executive Strategist, Adam Brown, teaches a class on how to determine which functions are essential for your in-house team and what you should outsource to external agencies. He shares 10 important things to think about when it comes to outsourcing your social media efforts. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Below is live coverage of this session: — Adam explains that he led social at Dell and The Coca-Cola Company before coming to Salesforce. — He shares 10 things to think about when it comes to outsourcing: — 1) What’s your philosophy on engagement? If you’re really going to engage, you really have to be able to speak on behalf of the company. Do you have a social media certification program? — 2) Is there a distinction between publishing content and writing content? Which does your agency do for you? Should you let your content be written by experts? — 3) Do your social media management tools allow agency/internal collaboration and content queuing? — 4) Is your agency authentic to your brand? Do they embody what you are about as a brand when they are creating content on your behalf? — 5) Budget vs. Headcount: Which do you have more of (or which is easier to get). Most brands feel that it’s easier to get budget than headcount/staff. We all have to do Paid, Earned, and Owned, but Paid is becoming more important (especially with the recent Facebook changes). Most companies are spending 7-8% of media buying on social. That number should raise to 12 -14% next year. — 6) How important are measurement and ROI? Do your agency folks measure success in the same way as you? — 7) Do you “Fish where the fish are” or do you want engagement to come from your team? In other words, are your employees who are experts in a given field empowered to respond and engage in social? It’s always best to get subject-matter experts to be able to engage. — 8 ) How involved is your agency in other non-social marketing activities? Can you leverage their other work? The more an agency is working on within a company (beyond social) the more you can use their content. You don’t need to cut and paste it, but since it’s been created for your brand and it’s already there, you should be able to use much of it for your social purposes. — 9) Is yours a control-freak brand? If so, it’s harder to get new agencies that are not used by the mothership. — 10) If your agency went away, would you be totally screwed? Always have a contingency plan. At some point the relationship with your agency will sour. Be prepared. Make sure you are working with other departments so if/when things do go south you have developed relationships with other departments in your brand. Q & A: Q: When things hit the fan, the executive often looks to the team rather than the agency. How do you make sure the buck stops with the team, not the agency? A: You should be able to mark a clear demarcation between the agency created posts vs. the response those create vs. customer service. Dialogue the derives from that post needs to be covered by corporate — conversations should be done by the brand. Things will go bad at times and executives need to understand that is part of social. Q: When do you know it’s time to bring in an agency? A: When you begin to see that you’re spending 30-40% of your social media budget on paid buys then it’s probably time to start thinking about an agency. Studies are showing that within a few years CMOs are going to have more tech budget than CIOs.

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        • "Comic Culture" International News EP01

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          It's funny; it's events, info and cons. It's Comic Book Culture's new web series "Comic Culture" International News. Twice a month, the series will be featuring an entertaining story-line mixed with current news and information about Comic Books, Cosplay, Video Games, Board Games, Animations, and Comic Adapted Feature Films. Topics will be highlighted from our team in Toronto and our European Correspondents from London England (SBOC News). Shot on location at One Million Comix in Toronto Canada, in this episode we highlight or featured: - Hi-jinks from Doctar StEvil & Sparky D - The 2014 Costume Con - Animation from Max the Mutt College of Animation, Art & Design (Jordi Gonzalez) - A Comic Culture update from London England's scene with Daniel Routledge & Professor Elemental (SBOC News) - Special Guest Rob Ford - Comic Culture's resident expert, Kelly Ackerman's Interview with Brian Liu - One Million Comix expert Adam Brown If you'd like to see more, visit our website www.comicbookculture.ca or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ComicBookCulture All Rights Reserved 2014 www.dorvalfilms.com

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          • Orlebar Brown: Behind The Brand

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            We go behind the scenes with the British brand that made the swim short cool. Find out more in The Journal at: http://mr-p.co/VUiOL9

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            • Time Lapse Test.

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              Shot with a Canon 60D, edited with Sony Vegas Pro 10. Filmed in Brainerd, Minnesota. Sped up 12x, condensing 12 minutes of video into 1 minute. Background Music~ Mozart - Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550, Fourth Movement- Allegro Assai

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              • Calvin and Hobbes dance

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                This is a fan interpretation of Calvin and Hobbes' dance moves, made for fun and no money! The music is 'April Showers' by ProleteR http://www.facebook.com/ProleteR.beats http://soundcloud.com/proleter-beatmaker and here are the dance moves referenced from the comic: http://i.imgur.com/mSK8Oh.jpg It is my belief that Bill Watterson is open to fan fic and remakes of his works as long as there's no profit from it. He recently said in an interview, "Every artist learns through imitation, but I rather doubt the aim of these things is artistic development. I assume they're either homages or satiric riffs, and are not intended to be taken too seriously as works in their own right. Otherwise I should be talking to a copyright lawyer." This is meant as an homage, but it's also about the artistic development of animation. I also hope it's not taken too seriously as a work in its own right, but I like how it turned out and I want to share it with people! The frames referenced work as animation keys, even if they weren't intended to be. I don't think it detracts from the original to see them in motion. While the copyright of Calvin and Hobbes belongs to Bill Watterson and Andrews McMeel Universal, I believe this is fair use based on the following: -There's no profit, advertising or otherwise. -The use is transformative, not just derivative. -The characters from the comic are redrawn, not copied. One of Watterson's paintings was modified for the background. http://i.imgur.com/cZJK7h.jpg -There's no harm to the publisher's ability to exploit the work. (Just the opposite... Everyone should buy the full collection... it's great!) http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Calvin-Hobbes-Bill-Watterson/dp/1449433251 "A healthy copyright system must balance the need to provide strong economic incentives through exclusive rights with the need to protect important public interests like free speech and expression. Fair use is foundational to that balance. Its role is to prevent copyright from stifling the creativity it is supposed to foster, and from imposing other burdens that would inhibit rather than promote the creation and spread of knowledge and learning." -The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School

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                • Jacob 2-2 - Construxon Time Again (10 second teaser)

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                  Here's a tiny clip of the upcoming Adam Brown music video for "Construxon Time Again", using an actual construx set. The story planned for this song is incredibly ambitious in scope! Find more of Adam's work here... https://vimeo.com/adamanimates

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                  • Love Squirts

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                    * Official Selection: Unofficial Google+ Film Festival 2013 A couple's love pops in bed. Featuring: Das Elkin & Alexander Gaylon Writer/Director: Adam R. Brown Producer/Cinematographer: Zack Wilson Editor: Erin Casper Special Effects: Elizabeth Piper S. Sound Designer.Mixer: Jordan Eusebio Assistant Director: Kate Bryant Location Sound/Utility: Richard Davis *Shot on the Black Magic Cinema Camera * Official Selection: Unofficial Google+ Film Festival 2013

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                    • Sermon on the Mount Part 11 June 30, 2013

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                      Teachers: Adam Brown and Jason Bollback Title: Right Righteousness

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