I’m happy to be able to pass long a short story by Montreal writer and musician Yann Geoffroy. Take some time over the long weekend to grab a latte and sit down for a really great read. – Outside the Burgden barn, across the field and through the little forest, twenty train cars sat motionless [...]
This is a gorgeous video. How do people find the time and resources to make these types of videos? MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.
I couldn’t decide which to post out of these two so I’m posting both. The first is Song of Myself by Walt Whitman. I love the guy’s who reads it although I’d hoped to find someone who was a bit more upbeat for this particular poem. The second video is a conversation between philosopher Peter [...]
Guest post by Colin Throness When I first met Linda Besner, one of Canada’s most promising young poets, at a house party laden with writers in Toronto couple years ago, I made a fool of myself. Not in front of everyone, just in a conversation I had with her. It’s not all that surprising. I [...]
I know. It took me a while to adjust my eyes to see a photo instead of a painting. Go to National Geographic to see this photo along with the entire series or check out the interview with the photographer Frans Lanting.
And Stefanie Gordon caught it with her Iphone from her window seat on her flight to Florida.
I love the creativity of this short video:
After an intense week of celebrated killings and politics, I present two non-partisan videos about space. One is beautiful time-lapse of the Milky Way as seen from Earth (watch it full screen) and the other is what our sky would look like if we had rings like Saturn. See you Monday. The Mountain from [...]
Is it just me or have TED talks dipped in quality over the past few years? Seems like you need to go through a couple before finding the really good ones. I sincerely enjoyed this one about a teacher who designed a special game for nine year olds to help them understand how the world [...]