1. LOOKING GLASS

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    WARNING: Do not watch this video if you're sensitive to rapid imagery. This video is a compilation of a couple hundred people's eyes at UCLA. Shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera MFT with an SLR Magic 12mm T1.6 lens. Graded, stabilized, and edited with a roundtrip workflow between Adobe Premiere and DaVinci Resolve, with a little help from After Effects. MUSIC: Credit to the amazingly talented Dan Deacon for his remix of "Alright Spiral Snip”. You should all buy Dan Deacon's music right now. He is incredible. Check out his latest album 'America': AMAZON: http://amzn.com/B008MA7WFQ iTUNES: http://bit.ly/1lKDPqQ BTS: Check out a screenshot of the editing timeline here: http://i.imgur.com/qQ2xjZJ.jpg ***** Feel free to ask any questions in the comments. Thanks for watching!

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    • Super Pilvessä 30 päivää!

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      Muistatteko elokuvan "Super Size Me"? Tässä tehdään sama kannabiksella. Miten vaarallista se on, vai onko? Alkoholillakin tätä on yritetty mutta koe päättyi neljänteen päivään!

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      • Powerful As God - The Children's Aid Societies of Ontario

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        • Introducing Grandview - Feat. Co La

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          Grandview for Mac OS X 10.5--->10.7 http://www.darkheartfelt.com/grandview Music Hit Me by Co La http://soundcloud.com/co_la

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          • Are Organic Foods Safer?

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            For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/are-organic-foods-safer

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            • Greg Baugues, Table Xi, Developers, entrepreneurs and depression

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              PLEASE SHARE THIS FREELY WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES. Entrepreneurs and Depression Greg Baugues at Business of Software Conference 2013, Boston, Ma. Greg applied for a Lightning Talk slot to talk about depression and developers. Depression is a topic that many of us have struggled with over the years and we have always thought that there might be more people out there that did than, 'just us'. We have been looking for someone who could do this subject justice for years and we asked Greg to do a half hour talk instead. Please watch it. If it doesn't affect you directly, it is almost inconceivable that it doesn't affect someone close to you. Over the years, Seth Godin, Geoffrey Moore, Jennifer Aaker, Clayton Christensen, Kathy Sierra and other extraordinary people have taken the stage at BoS. Greg is the first speaker to ever get a standing ovation. Well deserved. This talk is heroic, funny, sad, dark, uplifting, brave, thoughtful, intelligent, inspiring and helpful talk confronting and explaining some of the stigma around mental illness we could ever put in front of the software community. As a result of this talk, a number of very high profile, role models in our community have been given the strength to share their experiences. It's not a 'movement' yet, but when people you would have NO IDEA about, come up to you and say, 'Thank you. I need to let people know I suffer from X too', you can't help but hope we can do something together to get people talking about it. We need to talk about this. You can't manage a secret. For more information and help: www.DevsAndDepression.com Look after yourself, don't hesitate to ask for help, look out for your friends and colleagues. PLEASE SHARE THIS FREELY WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES.

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              • Are Organic Foods Healthier?

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                For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/are-organic-foods-healthier

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                • Bartek Obukowicz 2011

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                  Filmed: Adam Nowiński Place: Bialystok Poland

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                  • IQ Express PBS Special - Introduction

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                    The PBS special on Learning Technics and IQ Express. A video discussing John Heath and the physio-neuro therapy program he created to treat those with ADHD, dyslexia, audio processing disorder, dysgraphia, and other learning problems in children. http://www.iq-express.com 20% of children have some sort of learning problem and if not addressed they will fall behind year after year. But children who go through the 6 month IQ Express program recover and sometimes even surpass their peers. Results begin almost immediately and are permanent. Typically students who undergo the program gain academically 2 years in about a 6 month period of time. The program does not teach the subjects, but teach the child HOW to learn.

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                    • The Expos Five

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                      "The Expos Five" is a 35 minute documentary that follows five college freshmen as they make their way through the only universally required course at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ: Expository Writing. Designed to prepare students for success in college writing, "Expos" (as it is familiarly known on campus) requires students to write five five-page papers during the course of the semester. Because it is universally required and notoriously difficult, "Expos" has a near mythical status among Rutgers students. Many hate it because of the pain it causes them; but most also learn to give it grudging respect for having truly prepared them for the rigorous demands of college. Relatively few high school students (in New Jersey or elsewhere) have written 25 pages of analytic expository prose during their entire high school experiences, let alone during the 15 weeks of a college semester. Few have been asked to revise their writing, yet most say they have always received high marks on their work. And when they come to college, most find it challenging even to write those first five full pages for Expos. Over 6,000 students each year take "Expos" at Rutgers. Almost half fail the first paper. By the end of the semester, the majority are happy to have made it to the B level and fewer than 10% get an A. However, many struggle with the course, and over 10% fail -- many having submitted all of the work. Drawing on footage of interviews, round table discussions, classroom activities, and student-produced footage of their own writing processes (using hand-held "Flip" cameras), "The Expos Five" offers a compelling account of how five diverse students negotiated the challenges of moving from high school to college-level writing, discovering along the way how to write five pages or more of meaningful analytic prose and how to survive the triumph or tragedy of the semester grade. "The Expos Five" is the most ambitious part of a larger project that we like to call "Expos: The Movie." This project will eventually be available online and will be comprised of 13 short films about Expository Writing, all developed for different audiences and purposes and together offering a complex view of how writing is taught at Rutgers. Most of the earlier work in this series is available online at the Rutgers Writing Program's website. These films were made in the Plangere Culture Lab by the collaborative team of Michael Goeller (former Plangere Coordinator), Jessica Lipman, James Monahan, and Jacob Rasor.

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