Archive for March, 2008

28
Mar
08

Tree Spirit

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While out walking one day I saw this face placed into a tree. It made me wonder, who put the face there? Why did they do this? It seems to have a kind of mysterious air about it. But what could it mean?
What do you think?
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28
Mar
08

Tesla Coil

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This is a Tesla coil I filmed at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. Invented by Nikola Tesla, it is defined as “a step-up transformer with an air core; used to produce high voltages at high frequencies.” Source: http://wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=tesla%20coil
For a definition of Tesla coils see: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Tesla+coil
And yes, I am aware that the credits run longer than the video! 
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13
Mar
08

Jazzy Flowers

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On a recent trip to Philadelphia I noticed a sign for the Flower Show. My first thought was, “Hey, that sounds great for my video blog!” So here it is, some scenes from the show. The video features Creative Commons-licensed music from the Eternal Jazz Project. To learn more about these and other artists see: magnatune.com
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05
Mar
08

Dance Anywhere

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I really enjoyed hearing the philosophy expressed by danceanywhere’s channel. I’m always interested in different types of art and the energy and joy that can be derived from experimenting with some of its boundaries.
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