Here’s a rough cut of an event promo that I just sent to a client. Feedback good and bad welcome. The video quality is not tiptop, because it’s just a rough share.
Just trying to think what someone would think if they saw this for the first time. Would you get it? Would you want to have been there? Would you suddenly want to redo your kitchen with the products in the video?
Every time I see one of these inexpensive, bad-ass cameras that you can mount to your car, helmet, surfboard or whatever … I say, “I want one” to Tina. And she rolls her eyes. She passes it off as a fleeting lust fest.
Until just now. We’re waiting for a video to render, and I found this video. Now she wants one, too.
I’ve seen them just driving down the road … people will have them attached to their car roof. Check it out. You will finish this video thinking that you’ve done all the things in the video … so cool.
Say hello to my little friend Taz. Isn’t he a cutie pie.
Taz is regular-reader and Chicago visitor Biodork’s sweet canine. Biodork and her hubby adopted Taz and they love him to pieces. Here’s what she has to say about Taz:
We adopted Taz from a shelter called Noah’s Bark (I wouldn’t kid about something that marvelous) in 2004 when he was six years old. He looks all sweetness and “pet me!”, but is not a trusting dog, and so we keep him away from the human folk. He loves to play with other dogs and cats though, even though Prada usually smacks him upside the head (thanks goodness she came to us declawed!) when he gets too friendly. He LOVES to be chased and play keep away with his squeaky toys.
I’m excited that the weather this weekend is going to lighten up the population load and give us heathens a chance to loot the heck out of some empty churches. There’s some great equipment in churches (projectors, cameras, etc.) I’m headed straight for Willow Creek, but I think I’ll need a bigger car.
If, as we say at Answers in Genesis (and we truly believe), the teaching of billions of years and evolution directly undermines the authority of God’s Word, then sadly, homeschool conferences are rife with such material at various vendor booths. There are also a number of books that portray Noah’s Ark as a child-like, fairy-tale “bathtub ark.” Additionally, many books use the word “story” for accounts in the Bible. The trouble these days is that the word “story” is usually taken to mean “not true” or “make-believe” or “fable,” so we discourage the use of the word “story” when talking about the Bible’s accounts of history.