One of the many reasons I loved and love this series. It shows the raw realities of the intricate political web we live in. Nothing is simple and yet much of it is heartbreaking:
I love TED talks and as an amateur admirer of modern art – this is so inspirational at so many levels.
It might just be the thing you needed to see as you’re frustrated with your own limitations.
My favourite local Coffee Shop.
Advertising influences us far more than we realize.
The Superbowl is always a prime occasion to showcase the latest ads.
Here is one that seemed to capture the viewer’s attention.
I really found its message troublesome.
…materialism rules ok… if only you had daddy’s luxury car to change your life.
…courage, real courage is about kissing the most attractive girl who is (probably) someone else’s girlfriend.
… oh, and that fuels further courage to seemingly drive very fast in a powerful car, as a novice.
Pity, as this was genial from 2011.
Since this is the season for summer holidays – some of you might find this either amusing or rather sobering:
Today’s ‘Friday Fast-forward’ is dedicated to a visual/audio media focus. I hope that you will enjoy it. On reflection it will probably be a rollercoaster journey from beauty to raw misery and back again.
THE COFFEE CHAIR: This is a brilliant lesson on how to use a projector in a very creative way. It’s simple, surprising and very efficient.
RADIOHEAD – ALL I NEED: A thoughtful and poignant contrast of two (almost) identical yet so different scenarios on our planet.
DIRTY HORRIBLE JOB: This might re-focus your own reflections on how unpleasant your job might be, Consider the very desperate fate of a Dalit manual scavenger lady. A brilliant piece by the fab BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
BIRDY – SHELTER: I have listened to this so much without getting tired. Not bad for a 15 year-old. Enough said.