Wrecking Crew Orchestra – Japanese Tron Dance

So apparently a lot of people are familiar with this video, however, it blew my mind a few days ago and I keep thinking about it.

So for all of you who have yet to watch this. I hope you get as big of a kick out of it as I did!!

I’m going to go try to download myself onto “the grid”. Flynn here I come!!

 

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The (Almost) Invisible Mercedes

This video blew me away as it encompassed all of the major interests in my life. Automobiles, Technology, Marketing, and Future Green Tech.

This is a great marketing ploy by Mercedes to get people interested in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology, personally what I believe to be our next huge leap forward as far as renewable transportation technology. Now if only we can get the automotive and oil companies to release their death grip on the rights to this technology that will spell the end of the big oil company control of this planet. <endofsoapbox>

Mother Falcon – SXSW Showtimes, Just to See Her Smile (Official Video)

A few months ago, one of IVDUB‘s founding fathers was inducted into a fantastic local Austin band called Mother Falcon.

Andrew Fontenot is my good friend and has been traveling the country with them for some time now helping them grow as a group with his magical saxophone skills.

Mother Falcon is playing more than a few shows during the 10 days which is SXSW (South By Southwest), so no excuses for not being able to see them! And for all of you who haven’t had the privilege of seeing them, take this opportunity to get out and allow them to change your life!

Mother Falcon

You will find their newest music video – Just to See Her Smile – as well as their show-times during SXSW 2012 after the break. Continue reading Mother Falcon – SXSW Showtimes, Just to See Her Smile (Official Video)

The Happy Secret to Better Work

I always enjoy finding inspirational videos such as this. Shawn Achor gives his TED Talk about how we can rewire our brain not to be better at work, but to be happier so working harder becomes a side effect of our positivity.

http://www.ted.com/speakers/shawn_achor.html