Thursday, November 17, 2011

Thursday 13: A treat for your eyes via video

Once again, my little "saved-up" video collection has grown to 13, so here I am with 13 tidbits for your Thursday. Lots of music, but a few other treats as well...

1. A creative music video, I Need Nothing.

2. Champagne girl. You know you want to invite her to Thanksgiving dinner.

3. An oldie but a goodie: Taylor the Latte Boy.

4. James Blake covering Feist's There's a Limit to Your Love.

5. Lulu and the Lampshades, so fun!

6. Eleanor Rigby. One voice that sounds like many...

7. (Breakfast at) Tiffany's ad.

8. An Apple ad that never aired, apparently...

9. The Innovator's Cookbook. Inspiring thoughts toward new ways to come up with ideas...

10. Night at the Roxbury with Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. I have a hard time believing that they did this, but I guess the video is the proof?

11. A fabulous break dance

Break ton Neck from Alex Yde on Vimeo.

12. Color art that makes my color heart go pitterpat.

13. Earth time lapse. This one's been making it's way around Facebook, so you've probably seen? See again!

Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS from Michael K├Ânig on Vimeo.

Hope you saw something that made you laugh, or just smile a little. Which video was your favorite?

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  1. great collection - can't watch them all right now will stop by again later have a great day happy thurs 13

  2. Thanks. I appreciated the clips.

  3. Loved that dancer. Really a talented person.
    Have a great day!

  4. wowowowowow- that tall painting one- I'm so tempted to get some wood from the garage and Gracie's poster paints and try it RIGHT NOW

  5. Wow...hard to say a favourite.

    The break dancer was out of this world wonderful.

    The paint pour was so fun...we must try it sometime.

    Of course the Champagne Girl was a lot of fun.

    Loved Lulu and the'll have to hire them to do that at my funeral.

    Loved Tiffany's ad.

    Eleanor Rigby was so well done.

    Loved Night at the Roxbury...would like to hear the story behind that one.

    Sherilee, you have a wonderful collection. Thank you so much for all the smiles and sighs and pieces of joy.

  6. I need nothing... and Eleanor Rigby are my faves... but there are many cool ones. I would like to something like I need nothing.


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