Paul Grignon's 47-minute animated presentation of Money as Debt tells in very simple and effective graphic terms what money is and how it all is being created. For those interested in this subject, I'd recommend watching the last 45 minutes of Zeitgeist.Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Martin Scorsese directed a HBO documentary that follows New York writer Fran Lebowitz as she talks about her life and the world we live in today. The clip above was the one that inspired me the most. She chooses to not...
Leuk verhaal van Stef van Grieken over wat er allemaal mogelijk is als de overheid haar data beschikbaar stelt.
Michael J. Fox gets asked 10 questions mostly about how he dealt with Parkinson's disease and how this affected his life and acting career.
A great way to increase creativity is to look at a situation from a different perspective. That is exactly what these video do. Make sure to watch each video from the beginning till the end or you won't see the ingenuity. via paul isakson
The copyright laws that we know are killing creativity. They were made when few people were making, sharing and mixing movies, photos, music... So it's time for Creative Commons. This video tells you why. Thanks to Piet for the tip!
We would be remiss if we did not mention the financial crisis. Crisis, like getting fired, can be seen as an opportunity. That's how the people in this Newshour piece called Jobless Find Creative Voice saw things.

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The Lotus Exige 270E Tri-Fuel, a Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion and a sexy looking Saab hybrid car are some of the cars that were on display during the Sexy Green Car Show in the UK. Here's two videos that give you an impression of nowadays and future green cars.

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image Yesterday evening I watched the documentary 'Loose Change' on Dutch TV. It is about all the strange incidents and unanswered questions surrounding 9/11. It's a documentary that you really have to see. Scary.
Geachte directie van Reporter, Ik wil u hartelijk danken. Waarvoor? Dat zal ik even toelichten. Zo'n 6 maanden geleden kocht ik een paar schoenen dat het merk van uw firma droeg: Reporter. In die 6 maanden heb ik de betreffende schoenen...
Here's the trailer of Fuel. "Josh Tickell and his Veggie Van take us on the road as we discover the pros and cons of biofuels, how Americas addiction to oil is destroying the U.S. economy and how green energy can save us, but only if we act now." via core77
Today, after going for a run, a thought entered my mind: What if reality is a dream we all believe in? That would mean that everything is possible as long as we all share the same belief. If you throw a stone up in the air you expect it to go down at some point. We call that gravity. But if we all really believed that the stone would continue to float in the air forever, what would happen then?Dreams vs reality In dreams everything is possible. We all believe that. In 'reality' not everything is possible. We all (or most of us ;-) ) believe that. But what if we all changed our view on that? What if reality offers the same possibilities as dreams do? What if you would only feel pain after getting stabbed by a knife because you believe getting stabbed by a knife is painful? Hypnosis While being under hypnosis people can be told that they are going to eat a sweet peach, but in reality they are offered a lemon. When they eat the lemon they take big bites and really seem to enjoy the 'sweet flavour'. So by changing their thoughts, they experience what they think they are experiencing. They actually believe they are eating a peach. That alone is enough to change their experience of eating the lemon. What does this tell us? If you are able to control your thoughts, you are able to control reality. Or is that a step too far? Should it be: By changing the way you think, you can change your experiences. Let me know your thoughts on this by leaving a comment.
Friday. Time for some fun. Ricky Gervais and the bible. Need I say more? Have a good weekend!
image Originating in the mid-19th Century, the modern funeral has evolved into an economic and cultural monster, with a vast network of supporting industries and myriad options for your earthly remains. This original GOOD Magazine animation takes us inside the business of death.

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Eergisteren ging ik naar de Albert Heijn. Terwijl ik langs de groente-afdeling liep zag ik een man. Hij stond een beetje voorovergebogen en keek geconcentreerd voor zich uit. De hoeveelheid concentratie in zijn blik was voor mij een onbekend fenomeen op de...
Youtube has a program to help nonprofit organisations share their thoughts and ideas and gather funds at the same time. It's possible for the organisations to get extra options and use Google Checkout for instant donations. If you have anything to share or need more resources, it may be worth checking out. Thanks to Bartjan for the tip.Oxafm Uses Youtube To Pressure Starbucks Tori Amos Helps The Current, Youtube Nonprofit Example
Eergisteren was het een mooie zonnige dag. Ik besloot naar buiten te gaan en te kijken of ik ergens een mooi verhaal kon vinden. Dat kon. Op een bankje kwam ik namelijk een paar mensen tegen die me direct vrolijk begroetten. Gerda en...
Current.com writes: "Thousands of UK residents have signed a petition against a law preventing photography and filming in certain public places. Yet this all turned out to be a misunderstanding, and no such law was proposed. Rajesh investigates the way we view the lens and the way it views us." Interesting to see that what can and can't be filmed isn't even clear to the authorities. via dutch cowboys
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