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This is important, and it’s SAD that we’ve lost all this after a few generations being raised on fast food and not being taught to cook. Give this video a look, Jamie Oliver from a TED 2010 talk, and then consider what changes you may be able to make to stop this epidemic.


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This is a response to the JK Wedding Entrance dance, but this one is a couple entering their divorce proceedings. Freaking brilliant.

Oh, and if you’ve never seen the original, here you go. It’s taken the Internet by storm:


Check out this fantastic video, made by the Society for Geek Advancement. A bunch of my friends are featured in it, which makes it doubly awesome. I agree, whole-heartedly, with the message set forth!


I hit up yesterday’s Social Media Club meetup (co-hosted by SEOMoz), and talked with a bunch of interesting people who had a lot of questions for me. Of course, my friend Kenji Onozawa happened to be on hand, and busted out his so that he could shoot a quick interview. We talk about the Seattle tech scene, Gear Live, and Seattle Mind Camp in this video.


I appeared on KING 5 News here in Seattle to talk about the on story that we broke on Gear Live. The segment can be seen above.


This is what happens when you combine a ton of sugar cereals (you know, the ones you loved as a kid and that I love as an adult,) humans, pajamas, and video. And grapefruit. Pleae mentally prepare yourself for the full level of awesome that you will experience by viewing the video above.

Thoughts?!


Watch Alijah do his thing in this video. He tries to tear it up like he’s in a club. Definitely going places!


We are snowed in, so Monica decided to make a snow angel (after some gentle prodding) - then Alijah decides to join her.

 


We are in the midst of a crazy snow storm, so we decided to take a walk outside once things started to calm down a bit.

 


Just had to share this. Many think is a robotic overlord in a massive technology sub-culture. While that may be true, he is also part human apparently, and he shows it beautifully at this commencement address at Stanford in 2005, telling three stories from his life and the lessons he learned from them. Worth watching.


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