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I like this: CSS Grid Changes EVERYTHING – Amazing Presentation

September 1st, 2017

CSS Grid Changes EVERYTHING – Amazing Presentation
CSS Grid is now live in all major browsers, and with it everything we know about web layouts changes! The CSS Grid Layout Module introduces a native CSS grid system, provided at the viewport level, that achieves what CSS frameworks and popular grid systems could only dream about: Responsive, flexible, pure CSS grid layouts, independent of document source order, that allow us to treat the browser as a true design and layout surface.

EVENT: WordCamp Europe, Paris, France, June 2017

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I like this: In a Heartbeat – Animated Short Film

August 1st, 2017

In a Heartbeat – Animated Short Film
“In a Heartbeat” – Animated Short Film by Beth David and Esteban Bravo

A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams.
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Produced at Ringling College of Art and Design by

Beth David
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Esteban Bravo
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Music by Arturo Cardelús
Sound Design by Nick Ainsworth

© Beth David and Esteban Bravo 2017
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I like this: Memoria – Antivirus / Chicago (2016)

August 1st, 2017

Memoria – Antivirus / Chicago (2016)
Tuvimos el placer de compartir y recordar una de las canciones de nuestro primer disco “Nemesis” con buenos amigos en uno de nuestros viajes a Chicago, Estados Unidos. Aquí les dejamos algo de lo que paso en ese momento musical. La canción se titula “Memoria” y se hizo una versión acústica mientras compartíamos.
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I like this: Reclaiming My Time -Gospel Mix

July 31st, 2017

Reclaiming My Time -Gospel Mix
Our beloved “Auntie” Maxine Waters laid this sermon down so good that I had to sing about it! Whenever anybody tries to distract me or block me (even with praise or platitudes) I’m gonna have to let them know that I’m #ReclaimingMyTime!!!!!!! #acapella #soul #gospel #maximewaters #auntiemaxine #reclaiming #mytime #representative #ellen #broadway #fallon #kimmel #comedy #belting
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I like this: INNSÆI – THE POWER OF INTUITION official trailer

July 21st, 2017

A film by Kristín Ólafsdóttir and Hrund Gunnsteinsdottir

The ancient Icelandic word for intuition is “innsæi,” but in Iceland it has multiple meanings. It can mean “the sea within” which is the borderless nature of our inner world, a constantly moving world of vision, feelings and imagination beyond words. It can mean “to see within” which means to know yourself, and to know yourself well enough to be able to put yourself in other people’s shoes. And it can mean “to see from the inside out” which is to have a strong inner compass to navigate your way in our ever-changing world.

In the inspiring and thought-provoking InnSæi – the Power of Intuition, Hrund Gunnsteinsdottir and Kristín Ólafsdóttir go on a soul-searching, global journey to uncover the art of connecting within in today’s world of distraction, disconnection and stress. They meet with world-renowned scientists like Marti Spiegelman, an expert in neuroscience and indigenous consciousness who believes that we are only using a fraction of our capacity as human beings, with devastating consequences for the planet; artists like Marina Abramovic, the “grandmother of performance art” who teaches that “in order to create something new human beings need to go into the unknown”; and spiritual leaders like the captivating Malidoma Patrice Somé, a West African elder and author who reasons that “intuition binds us together. Without it we lose our sense of purpose and belonging.” They also meet an extraordinary group of British schoolchildren who are learning how to better cope in today’s world by unlocking the power of nature and mindfulness.

Illustrated with gorgeous animation and stunning imagery, InnSæi is a film like no other, and one that offers radical insights into how we think and sense the world today.

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I like this: Kesha – Praying (Official Video)

July 7th, 2017

Kesha – Praying (Official Video)
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I like this: How zip codes helped organize America

July 3rd, 2017

How zip codes helped organize America
Zip codes, explained.

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Zip codes were invented in 1963 to help the United States Postal Service deal with huge increases in mail volume. The Zone Improvement Plan, or “ZIP” code system of addressing, organized mail delivery by dividing the country into 10 regions and assigning five digits increasing in specificity: from region to large sorting centers to smaller post offices. To promote the new system, the USPS released publicity materials featuring Mr. Zip, a cartoon character, and a song about zip codes from a band called The Swingin’ Six.

As the nation grew, the USPS updated zip codes by adding a four-digit suffix in 1983. The new suffix corresponds to specific destinations, such as one side of a street or a certain floor of an office building. Now, geocoding technology has created the possibility of even more specific addressing.

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I like this: Two Spirits, One Dance For Native American Artist

July 3rd, 2017

Two Spirits, One Dance For Native American Artist
“Two-spirit” is how some Native Americans describe people whose gender identity doesn’t fit as strictly male or female. Meet Ty DeFoe, who’s using traditional dance to take this gender identity back from the negative connotations established during colonization.

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I like this: Why Did I Come into This Room (ft. Ally Hills)

June 22nd, 2017

Why Did I Come into This Room (ft. Ally Hills)
AHHH! Help me figure out why I came into this room. Share this video to find anyone that might have an answer!!!
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I took a long, epic, grueling, harsh, brutal journey. So brutal that I was dressed in some sort of gear. I would say Military but I might get that wrong and make some people mad. Anyway, the journey was all in order to get into this room. Oh, and musician/comedian, Ally Hills, happened to be in that room, too. Once I passed through the threshold into that room… I completely forgot why I came into it.

No wait, like, seriously. Why did I come into this room? I knew exactly what I was doing a second ago. Then as soon as I got into the room… Nothing. Mind mush. Paralyzed in blank brain state.

Ok, I know I’m not alone. Has this happened to you? Many times throughout your life? I know, right?!?! Science calls it an “The Boundary Effect” or something. I say… It needed a song! And now it has a song!

Yep, this is the song to sing when you walk into a room and forget why you did. One more track added to the “Life the Musical” catalog where I write songs about things that happen in everyday life in order to give you something to sing when they occur… Turning your life into a musical!

Some possible reasons why I came into this room:
1) to charge my electric toothbrush
2) to blow up several balloons
3) bust open a bag of flour and make a flour angel
4) to cover myself in wrapping bows
5) to read up on Relativity
6) to knit with boxing gloves on
7) to DJ on a couch while in a full split drinking coffee
8) to try, with difficulty, to open a bag of doughnuts
9) to paint one of my boots blue
10) OMG wait someone needs comment a list of all the things I do in order. I would adore this.

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Why did I come into this room
Why did I come into this room
I totally came into this room with something to do
Why did I come into this room

I got up for reason
Not just here for nothing
Last room to this one
I’m sure needed something

Why did I come into this room
Why did I come into this room
I definitely came into this room with something to do (Ugh! Ah!)
Why did I come into this room

Now it’s just a guess
I’m standing here in stress
I had it here, yes
Then my brain just went meh

Ok it’s nothing. That’s right. Nothing
I didn’t actually come in here for anything
Why should I need a reason to go where I’m going
No. I wanna punch myself for not knowing

Why did I come into this room
Why did I come into this room
I’m sure came into this room with at least one thing to do
Why did I come into this room

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I like this: history of the entire world, i guess

May 16th, 2017

history of the entire world, i guess

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