Have you tried Dunkin Donut’s OREO Coolatta? Have you tried the OREO donuts? Let me know if you liked them in the comments.
July 16, 2012
May 19, 2012
I’ve been either really busy or really lazy, but this video should have been posted moments after my review for The Avengers was posted. But nevertheless, here are my thought’s on the romantic comedy that probably isn’t in theaters anymore, or will be phased out in the coming weeks.
May 10, 2012
Hopefully I can do these more often. Also, at least with the blog, anything I forgot to say I can write it here. But if you didn’t catch my point, I’m recommending you see this immediately!
I’ll be honest and say I wasn’t expecting it to be as good as it was. In fact, I wasn’t even planning on seeing it in theaters. But I’m glad that I did. Summer has officially begun.
April 7, 2012
It’s been almost a year since Kevin Marc and I last had an impromptu interview, but this time we planned it out as we have a sit-down talk about upcoming events in the KMTV universe. I’m still getting used to being an interviewer, but it’s easy when the person you’re talking to is as silly as you are.
Around the 18:30 mark, Kevin and I pose a question about tweeting in all caps. Do you agree with him? Have any thoughts on that subject or anything else in the interview? Hit the comments.
November 14, 2011
I figured this would be a great time to get some blogging done while I log in the hours of video processing and converting and uploading that exists in the world of video production. B-O-R-I-N-G. The editing is the best part though. The rendering and anything that involves a progress bar? Not so much. I’ve been told I have a lot of patience. But I think that only applies to people and food. Machines? I’ve frequently have stated that I wish inanimate and sometimes intangible objects (like the internets) had throats that I could strangle into submission. (more…)
August 6, 2011
I haven’t done a friPod post in what feels like a millenia so there’s been a lot of music I’ve discovered that I haven’t discovered with you. Call me a selfish, greedy hoarder. I know most of you do anyway. But I’m sharing this one because I recently became apart of the Spotify craze and also just discovered SBTRKT… which I’m assuming is to be pronounced “subtract” and they are of the dub-step brand… a genre of music I was introduced to a few months ago but never cared for until I stumbled upon it on my own. Anyway, this song “Wildfire” in particular I had on repeat a few times and I tried imaging what I could use it for let alone what a music video would look like. I couldn’t think of anything, so once I was done thinking about how awesome I was, I decided to Google this artist and I come to find they already have a video for this and I assume is their lead single.
The video in itself is weird and kinda trippy, which it probably why I kinda dig it. Having been dosed with so much editing tricks lately, I can gather an idea of how this video was put together. But rather than spoil the magic, I just let myself sweat along with way this music sounds and how much this cutie is suffering.
Thoughts? I’m still listening to their album on Spotify. It’s pretty good. I mean both Spotify and SBTRKT.
May 25, 2011
April 20, 2011
Hey Indoobians. I’m technically still on hiatus, but I was in shooting/editing mode and I decided to have a quick chat with my buddy, fellow CSB classmate and Renaissance man Kevin Marc. Watch here as we shoot the breeze about inspirations, books, and forest critters we see behind the school. There will be more videos to follow. In the meantime, follow him on Facebook (twice) and YouTube. The kid does his own reality show and as much as I dislike reality TV, I can’t help but cosign since I find myself watching it.
And yes, I am holding back a video many of you may have already seen by now, or at least you’ve seen it on my Vimeo channel. By the way, how do you like the new 3S:FX Productions logo?
(See Part 2!)
March 30, 2011
I feel like I’ve been away for a while, but I notice my last post was actually only 10 days ago. But still, that’s much longer than I like to be away from my beloved blog. Anyway, I wasn’t going to do a video, but I have a new camera so why not? Plus, I haven’t made a video in a while, so I might as well give it a spin, right? Let me know what you think. Maybe with this new toy, I’ll make more videos. This will also allow me to get out of my office (and detached from my laptop) as you’ll see below. I think it’s a major upgrade from the webcam…
As for the pics I mentioned, I’ll upload those ASAP and introduce a few of my classmates and talk a little bit more about what I’m up to.
February 12, 2011
Once again, I’m not exactly on time posting my videos but better late than never. As a side note, I mention that I like a number of songs but forget to actually mention what they are. “Here Comes the Sun”, “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free”, “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” just to name a few. But check out the video to hear my thoughts on Nina Simone as well as my stance on Black History Month. For the past couple years I had wondered if we still needed this month, and thanks to reminders like Nina Simone legacy (and many other civil rights activists) as well as unfortunately ignorance by many people in this nation and this world, everyone needs to remain aware of not only the greatness and accomplishments Black people have brought, but also what struggles and atrocities we overcame. Sadly, things like racism still exist today, and hopefully we learn from studying the past not to repeat the future.
I posted an additional video of Nina Simone talking about what it means to be an artist and her views on race in society at that time that still reflects today. It also features a live performance of “Revolution” with images of the struggle of Black Americans followed by the very powerful song “Strange Fruit.” I will warn you, the last third of that video features images some people should find disturbing. It’s important we remember how disgusting we as humans can be and should be a reminder that we all deserve equal and civil treatment no matter who you are. After watching it, I wanted to cry.