These reels by two close friends and ultra-talented directors are too good not to share:
- Listening to a lot of the Oh Wonder record recently. What do you think of it?
This should go out without saying, but if you have a small business or you are a freelancer and don't have a invoicing system, try Blinksale.
Pumped for Prospect Park to be releasing their record on December 11. Stay tuned!
All websites look the same ... hilarious.
Congrats to Stephen and team at Reddit on the launch of Upvoted!
Living in web app world, I know what this guy is describing when he identifies what is worse than paid app updates.
I know I just mentioned Ben's reel the other day, but really excited about his Faroes Project coming up here:
- You probably haven't heard about Ryan Adams covering T. Swift's 1989, have you?
Super talented Marc Scibillia put out a new EP a few weeks ago. Diggin' it.
I so dig Ben Weiland's new reel.
And as long as we are talking about Gundersens, Abby's new record is so peaceful.
A little past two months of having Friday as international music release day. How are you feeling about it?
"A different part of our brain is activated when we think about what's possible as opposed to what's required." -Seth Godin dropping knowledge as always
Ryan did an amazing job directing the music video for "Jealous Love" from Noah Gundersen.
"Active listening requires that you interrupt when you need a clarification, and it requires that you ask a truly difficult question when the speaker is finished." -Seth Godin from "Active Listening."
I am really interested in the conversation created around Sufjan Stevens and writing about faith.
Only about a week left to support Victor Athletics on Kickstarter! Don't miss out.
Really excited about what Joel Limpic and Park Church are doing with their new project centered around the Apocalypse of John. Get involved!
Beautiful scene from Globe's "Strange Rumblings":
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