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March 25 at 8:17am

Superhero Yearnings

In the lead up to next week’s premiere of SUPER, I encourage you to listen to This American Life’s Episode # 178, “Superpowers”.  Among the highlights are the battle of invisibility vs. flying — what does it reveal if you want one over the other. Plus it’s got Chris Ware, Real-life Wonder Twins, & Kelly McEvers, whose done virtually everything one needs to do to be considered SUPER.

As this was done by Ira quite awhile ago, we can’t take credit for it as part of our guerilla campaign.  Perhaps you’ve seen other aspects of it though.

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March 20 at 10:50am

Let’s Go To The Museum(s)

If you haven’t checked out Google’s Art Project, do it now.  You can take a room by room, art work by art work, tour of the Van Gogh Museum, The Frick Collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Gallery and many more.


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March 19 at 8:44am

Thomas Edison Wanted To Invent YouTube

There is no other way to explain why he filmed both of these.

Thanks to BrainPickings.org for the tip!

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March 18 at 8:22am

Some People Make The World A Better Place

I have always thought that evolution is too slow. Too many of us are too content with just being normal human beings. And then there are those who refuse the paltry limits our existence has imposed us…

I am pretty sure that [...]


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March 9 at 8:15am

Revolution & Art

Revolution and Art both begin with someone saying “No”. Revolution and Art both show us that tomorrow need not resemble today.

Thanks to Kit Carson for tipping me to his friend’s video.

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March 6 at 9:03am

Super Trailer is SUPER

I can’t tell you how pleased I am with both the SUPER poster and trailer. Great work!

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March 4 at 9:08am

Space Shuttle Launch: Viewed From Airplane


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