I love videos, I like some commercials, women are hot, and I love my BlackBerry. I thought I would share with everyone a great concept video of what could be the way Research In Motion targets certain demographics of their market. Continue reading
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I’ve had a few people ask me what the movie is from the Together We Can: #NoLockout Video, which is a true full blown rant, and seems to be perfect in describing fans frustrations and views towards the impeding NHL hockey lockout.
I am a hockey fan, especially when it comes to my Vancouver Canucks and the thrill I have each season that they start to make their run for the Stanley Cup. I’ve been with them through their ups and downs through the 90’s all the way to last year when they were knocked out in the first round. I was with them in Game 5, standing in CBC plaza during the 2010/2011 run, with my close friends, cheering them on as they tied up an exciting series with the Boston Bruins.
Instead, small groups of individuals took it upon themselves to start throwing objects at a large television screen, flip over a car, start fires, vandalize and destroy one of the most beautiful downtown cores in the world.
Vancouver Police Department with assistance from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, quickly brought these rioters under control after three hours, showing amazing control and restraint under some very tense conditions.
Within’ minutes of these hooligans starting this 3 hours of destruction and violence, civilians started tweeting, phoning and volunteering photos and video of the actions of small groups of individuals.
About three years ago on the way to work, I heard an interview with Casey Walker on CBC Radio. He had this insane idea to sell each frame of a movie that hadn’t been shot yet, till a goal of a million dollars was reached, and production could begin.
Walker has just announced that shooting begins tomorrow, and I’m excited to see this labour of love, and true endeavor of stepping away from traditional means of raising funds for filmakers, and taking matters into the hands of true lovers and fans of movies. Continue reading