The other day I unboxed a new product that I had full intentions of using liberally, a new 360 VR camera from Vuze.
My hope was that not only could it create a new experience on the vlog for my subscribers but that it also could allow me to insert myself into a nascent new economy that has a lot of promise and opportunity.
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Yesterday I quietly launched MNML App to the Mac App Store and it was featured in the main carousel worldwide!
Check it out:
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The fine folks over at Startup Stories interviewed me on a few topics that you might find interesting (maybe not):
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This artist turns the struggle of depression into something beautiful through his art, an imaginary world where a small man is traveling through a long-forgotten jungle and encountering his fears, manifested as giant animals with glowing eyes.
Many of these spoke to me very deeply and clearly; I know what this is like.
Continue reading “Dawid Planeta: Depression Into Beauty”
These advertisements are very reminiscent of Apple… and they are really good. The sound is particularly pleasant… turn up your speakers and listen to the nuts and bolts and screws…
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The “smell test” for an organization’s culture is directly related to how well a new (or existing) employee experiences what they read on paper.
Said another way, the gap between what they read on a Value Statement and the behavior that they see and experience should be as small as possible; perfect alignment is what we’ve all heard before:
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Kind of crazy… but, American Girl Doll just released a Korean-American gal who’s name is “Z” (short for Z Yang) who’s a vlogger and stop-motion animator.
Wah. That’s, quite literally, my oldest.
Continue reading “I Think You Meant “Roenne””
This is an unbelievably-short but appreciated overview of Studio Ghibli, an organization that has been such a big part of my visual childhood:
Continue reading “Visual History: Studio Ghibli”