This area of the site is my virtual "screening room." It's a collection of some of my favorite inspirational,
insightful and thought-provoking videos. It's where I'll be adding video clips, slide shows, and vidoe tutorials
that you can watch whenever you need a shot of inspiration, food for thought, some deeper insight, a
different point of view or just a good laugh.
Come as often as you wish and stay as long as up like. Your friends are welcome too. So grab
some popcorn, get comfortable, and enjoy the show.
TED Talk by Kathryn Schulz: On Being Wrong
Most of us hate being wrong and go out of our way to avoid it. But consider this...what if we're wrong about
wanting to not be wrong?
In this video "Wrongologist" Kathryn Schulz presents a very compelling argument in favor of us not just
admitting our fallibility, but also embracing it.
Autistic Artist Stephen Wiltshire Draws NYC from Memory
Inspiring story of a young man with autism who has focused on his unique gift to create amazing artwork and
Girl Who Silenced the World for 5 Minutes
Great wisdom often comes from the lips of the children among us. This young girl's message and call to action
are crucial for us to hear and act upon.
Randy Pausch's Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams
On Sept. 18, 2007, Carnegie Mellon professor Randy Pausch, who had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic
cancer, gave his last lecture to a packed McConomy Auditorium audience.
In this moving and inspiring lecture, Pausch talked about the lessons he had learned in life and offered advice
to students on how to achieve their own personal and professional goals.
He died on July 25, 2007 at the age of 47. His last lecture has gone on to touch the lives of millions. (This
video has been viewed more than eight million times.)
This video is not only an amazing example of the power of a father's love, it's also a profound demonstation of
the power of the human spirit. This is a glimpse at the remarkable true story of Dick Hoyt and his son Rick. You'll
need a hankie for this one.
Had a bad day? In a blue mood? Watch this video and you're bound to cheer right up. You may even
learn something about enlightenment.
Games With A Purpose
Wouldn't if be nice if you could find a way to play a fun game and do useful work
at the same time? Well, now you can.
That's the idea behind GWAP...Games With A Purpose. Developed by Carnegie Mellon University's Computer Science
department, GWAP allows people to play fun games what simultaneously help solve large-scale problems. They've even
created a fun video to illustrate the concept:
To try your hand at these games visit their website at www.gwap.com.
human being lies a dormant but extraordinary potential that, once unleashed, can turn any desire, dream or vision
into reality. Tapping into that potential will not only enrich that individual's life, but will be of benefit to us
all."-- Nadia Koligman
Thinking about making a major career or life change?