The Making of Metagun

This is a wonderful timelapse video of a guy making a game in 48 hours.

The obvious choice of technology is Java. Great stuff!

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Exit Through the Gift Shop

… is a new movie from the notorious street artist Banksy. The trailer looks very interesting. Here it is:

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Time Blocking

This is an interesting video which discusses why you should avoid distractions while working in order to stay as much productive as possible.

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Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy

What lessons can we learn from the crazy dancing guy?

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Ed Catmull on “Keep Your Crises Small”

I stumbled upon the following video by browsing twitter. I find it interesting and quite enlightening.

Pixar is truly remarkable company and there is a lot one can learn from them.

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Why Tribes, Not Money or Factories, Will Change the World

Seth Godin argues the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so.

If you watch the video you will spot the Kindle sell-out but it is interesting presentation nevertheless. [...]

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Social Media in Plain English

Confused information security folks (but not only) can find this video quite interesting.

What I liked the most about this video is that the authors clearly explain that social media is first of all the collective contributions of ordinary people through blogs, wikies, podcasts and other social instruments combined with the efforts of other individuals and organizations who are willing to aggregate, organize and help facilitate community feedback.

By the people, for the people!

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Did You Know 3.0

In my opinion, some of the facts presented in this video are questionable. There isn’t an easy way to verify them. Nevertheless, the footage is quite interesting and informative.

The reason why I am posting this is to stress that information has become an important part of our lives. Today we are information hungry. Tomorrow… who knows? I suspect that we will get fed up with the world and escape for the simpler life. [...]

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The Revolution of the Internet in 1993

A video from 1993 when the Internet was just making its premiere in the world.

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David Carson on Design, Discovery and Humor

The following is a great TED talk from David Carson. David is a typographer running a successful magazine which explores the possibilities of text on a page. In his talk, David makes some useful points about design but also provides some other intriguing insights worth taking note of.

I like what he said about what will be next, just near the end of the presentation. Quoting:

and a bit further he says:

…and with that completes another great TED talk.

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