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HOT DAMN #36 — The “HERE IN MY GARAGE” Guy

His name is Tai Lopez and he wants you to know that he owns a Lamborghini. Oh, but he doesn’t care about his Lamborghini. What he cares about is “knowledge.” Riiiiiiight. Continue reading

Canada Takes Over America–An Improvement, No?

VLOG & VIDEO Distractions—I need them. Life has a way of losing its colour, shucking off its shades until it is a dull grey. And so, as you can guess, distractions come in handy. Consider this week’s “Best Of” videos as my top picks for worthy distractions from your day-to-day obligations. They are profane, insightful, … Continue reading

Vlog & Video: Deaf No More

With the (Canadian) Thanksgiving long weekend now over and done with, it’s time to head back to work. For many of us, this isn’t especially good news. But fear not, because my bi-monthly video segment is here to alleviate your work week woes. Last time, we kept the ball rolling with duelling pigeons, generic news, … Continue reading

The 168 Turnaround: Freddie Mercury Meets YouTube

THIS WEEK: September 18 – 24, 2011 The Week At Large When it rains, it pours.  Early in the week, NASA admitted that, yes, a redundant satellite would be falling back to earth, and, yes, what’s left of it might in fact hit and kill you—squash you like a bug, actually.  Panicked for our lives, … Continue reading

Vlog & Video: The Greatest Speech Ever Made

Welcome back to Vlog & Video.  Last week I unveiled the ZS Roe Vlog; this week, I’m going to share with you some of my favourite videos from around the web, going from the absurd to the inspirational.  Stay tuned next week for the second instalment in the vlog. RANDOM I’m sure this video, whatever … Continue reading

RFP: You And The Tube—How YouTube Affects Change

Had you asked me in 2005 whether I thought a video-sharing website like YouTube could have a large cultural impact, I’d have probably said no.  That it might have become a popular and frequently visited site wouldn’t have surprised me.  But that it might become a lasting cultural phenomenon with real social clout would have … Continue reading

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