Monthly Archives: October 2007
Seems as thought I’ve finally made it to Youtube. Here are photos from my company’s Halloween party.
From time to time, social critics have bemoaned the falling rates of community participation in American life, but they have made the same mistake. The reason Americans are content to bowl alone (or, for that matter, not bowl at all) … Continue reading
http://www.greatexpectations07.com/files/video/FlowPlayer.swf?config=%7Bembedded%3Atrue%2CinitialScale%3A%27fit%27%2CembedHeight%3A264%2CembedWidth%3A320%2CcontrolsWidth%3A320%2CbufferLength%3A5%2CautoPlay%3Atrue%2CvideoFile%3A%27disk2%5FVP6%5F512K%2Eflv%27%2CbaseURL%3A%27http%3A%2F%2Fmedia%2Ephilly%2Ecom%2Fstorage%2Fflv%27%7D Playing Great Expectations Film Contest Grand-prize winner, I love it! See the other videos here.
Discovery channel sponsored a contest for video shorts describing string theory. Here is the winner. http://services.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f8/716696176 Who would have thought, 2 minutes and with a rubber ducky. I love it.
As the Apple marketing machine pushes for sales of their next release of OSX, I was really taken back. When I first read about Leopard a few months ago, I was really excited for it. But mostly because I thought … Continue reading