So wrote Leonard Cohen, in 1992. Cohen joked that his songs were long-lived like Volvos, and this classic could hardly be more timely.
Science, technology, engineering and math, aka STEM, are key areas of knowledge for the 21st century. Heck, they were key in the 20th century, too! Remember JFK and the moon challenge as well as his tribute to science on the 100th anniversary of the National Academy of Sciences? Recent scientific advances have not only made […]
A friend shared the Thai clip on Facebook. I failed to “like” it, so when I wanted to show it to my husband, I couldn’t find it. Thus began the journey that led to my discovering this video. I channeled my inner terrier, but it was “search” that I had my teeth sunk into, not […]
Apple’s holiday ad via @gruber : https://t.co/ke7SqHKv9J #nicelyDone #promoForVideoRotateTools — Kathy E Gill (@kegill) December 17, 2013 I almost added #kleenex to that tweet. I probably should have. Without revealing the plot twist in the 90-second clip, I’ll simply say that I thought it was an effective reframing that makes the title, “Misunderstood,” resonate.
Canadian budget airline WestJet took the concept of Random Acts of Kindness to a new high this week. After setting up a Santa-cam in two Canadian airports, WestJet surprised 250 travellers with their requests when they landed in Calgary a few hours later. The dreaded baggage carousel was, instead, a pipeline from Santa, delivering wrapped packages down […]
These aren’t “how to’s” per se but they are each an example of effective interview skills on the part of the television expert: Sen. Elizabeth Warren on CNBC and author Dr. Reza Aslan on FOX. Why do I think they merit watching? 1. Both subjects are incredibly well-prepared. By this I mean that they know […]