TED Talks presents Marco Tempest, in his presentation, "The magic of truth and lies (and iPods)," which he apparently borrowed from his studio audience.
The boundaries of technology are getting thinner by the day.
Here is the world's largest stop=motion animation that has ever been filmed -- and the best part? It was shot using the Nokia N8.
Though the clip is short, the work that has been applied in enormous levels as it was shot on an actual shore with real props and about a hundred people on staff.
Check out the clip and the "Making of" video.
The last couple of months have been quite the experience. Our staff has been busy, from re-tooling our website and our new blog home, to acquiring new business.
We've also spent some time observing, and generate some ideas for later projects.
For instance, earlier this month, some of our staff went to check out Walkabout NYC, which was basically a city-wide open house for New York start-ups and tech companies.
It was quite the educational experience, seeing other companies which were at one point a mere idea, and now they enjoy success from working hard and executing their vision.
It was also nice to see their bases of operations, with some boasting of impressive commodities.
We started with Behance, an online power in its own right. They basically serve as a platform, holding a vast network of creative online professionals and enabling them to collaborate, should they choose to.
From Behance, we then went to the offices of online publication Gawker Media. These guys have about seven blogs at their disposal, all covering different genres of online content, primarily geared for entertainment.
(I personally am a fan of one of their blogs, Deadspin.com, which broke the news on the leaked government cable we now know as Collateral Murder.)
Aesthetics-wise, Gawker's offices are quite impressive, and really inviting. (Apparently, it was featured in Time Out New York.)
(This is Olive.)
What we've gained from observing these guys gave us a lot of ideas as far as how we want to do things in the future, and we're pretty stoked.
And so, here we are. Armed with a renovated home, and the same mindset to provide you with our very best, we officially launch GreenLemonMedia.com. The desire to inspire, and be inspired is ultimately why we are here.
Green Lemon Media serves as the intended vehicle to share to the world what moves us, and how we believe we can affect this change with others through creativity.
So, World, we're here.
Talk to you soon.