The Power of Video
Video killed the... well... video store, I guess.
Video has taken on many forms since the advent of motion pictures, and now it's the medium of choice for most digital marketers, enthusiasts, and your every day average phone user.
More and more, video is being used to spread powerful messages of peace, liberation, and creativity.
We are working to create a library of videos from our users. Please feel free to share your video links in your profile or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The amazing performance by Michael Oliver in Greeley, Colorado. Through music, he is able to tell a very difficult story, and he does it with great talent.
A quick, scenic drive to lunch through the back roads on a rainy day when we couldn’t get home because both roads were flooded out.
Do you know Winnie-the-Pooh’s real first name? We’re so blessed to have another wonderful reading by Karen Unrue.
I would like to drive as fast as you can drive when you speed up the video. I was also on my way home from the Mental Hospital, so it was good to get home expeditiously.
Were you the kid (yeah, we all were) that liked to be read to before we went to bed? Karen Unrue gives us the most beautiful telling of “Tigger is Hungry.” Snap it for later if you need.
If you’ve got some fencing that needs building, why not grab what’s handy? Also the free-est :) A quick drive for Bamboo in Naguabo, Puerto Rico
The world is reeling from climate change. We didn’t start it, but we can stop it. The inspirational speech of David Attenborough at the COP24.
Litter is everywhere, but it’s more prevalent in Puerto Rico now than ever before. We are trying our best to clean what little we can, but we can only do so much.
In loving memory of Victor Manuel Rosario, 1954-2017
A quick update on how your donations are being used in Puerto Rico.
A video update about what's going on in Puerto Rico 🇵🇷
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is struggling.
Erez Shek shares his experience of the anniversary of a suicide attempt and how his life has changed along with perspectives.
A little before and a little after the storm - Hurricane Irma - A couple thoughts and a short video.
We've just moved to Puerto Rico to try to reduce stress and anxiety. Now we're evacuating inland because of Hurricane Irma and hoping our house doesn't blow away.
Cheerios™ and Ants... Hard work and dinner.
Happy Strength is the journey of Jonah. Once plagued with severe social anxiety and depression, he now finds himself in a happier place. It wasn't without trememdous work.
Is love altruistic? Do we love to love or to meet our own needs?
#MoreThanARefugee is a masterfully crafted video which introduces us to the lives of a few refugees around the world.
Do you believe in Magic? There's a reason this man's middle name is Magic, and for the record, we believe in him.
A visit to Red Rocks Amphitheater and Dinosaur Ridge plus a short film by Pikazo that gives some perspective to life.
To This Day is a collaborative art project with spoken word poetry and animations. It's one of the most moving anti-bullying, pro-acceptance messages ever created. And now it's also an iPad App.
What is Reality? A conversation with an artist with Synesthesia. Imagine seeing sounds, hearing colors, and tasting shapes. He sees the world differently, and we can see it through his art.
Imagine sitting next to your neighbor that you've never met, on the other side of the country from home, and learning you're working toward similar goals! The universe delivers angels when angels are most needed.
There are moments in my life when the universe serves up exactly what I need to make me feel whole again. It's mighty powerful when you see a house that makes you dream again. As Liz Lemon would say, "I want to go to there."