It’s been a while since I’ve shared any cool stuff so I thought I would. If you use youtube, or facebook, or twitter, or the internet, there’s a very good chance that you are one of the 92M people that have watched Walk off the Earth’s Cover of Gotye’s (pronounced ”Gaultier” apparently) “Someone that I used to know”. Just stunning.
What this did was finally get me to download an album of his, I’ve had a random track for a few years but had never got round to looking for anything else (“Learnalilgivinanlovin” from Like Drawing Blood if you’re interested – it’s a great song to dance to).
Anyway, incase you aren’t one of those 92M people, have a listen to these very, very talented people.
Hope your week is going well fine people of internetland. Wanted to take a moment to share a track with you all. It’s by Rise Bailey Rise and is called Lipstick Girls. Beautifully haunting recording, looking forward to listening to on headphones this winter.
It’s a song I had the honour of contributing a few words for and I think it’s come together really well.
I have seen two TED talks by Ken Robinson, both really hit home with me. The education system is something that alot of people get very passionate about – and I am no different. I won’t try and lead you with my feelings on the subject, but I think these are both worth a watch, if no other reason than Sir Ken Robinson has an impeccable delivery and comic timing.
Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity
Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!
Recently been spending alot of time on the TED app. TED is something I was aware of for a long time, but had never got round to taking a look at, I’m so pleased I finally did! All because my brother sent me a video of jake shimabukuro playing Bohemian Rhapsody on a Uke. (man I love my ukulele).
Anyway, one of the first talks I watched was this one from Jeremy Gilley of Peace One Day. I hope you enjoy it.