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Volkswagen – Eyes on the road

We’ve all been out and about and seen someone in their car texting or doing something with their phone that’s clearly distracting them from the task of driving.  Here in this video the Volkswagen advert uses a unique method to… Read More ›

Hibernian – one fans view

It’s been a week, yes a week, since the Mad Axeman of East Mains wielded his axe and cut fourteen players from our squad.  All out of contract or loan players and probably most did deserve it.  So it’s goodbye… Read More ›

Edinburgh in motion

Following the post on London in motion it was only fair to have one about my most favourite city, my birth and home city: Edinburgh. Enjoy. Edinburgh – Time Flies Around Me from F.C.G. on Vimeo.   Kinetic Edinburgh from… Read More ›

London in motion

  London is an amazing city and one I love.  This amazing video from Lewis Symonds might slightly explain why. London In Motion- A Short Timelapse/Hyperlapse video from Lewis Symonds on Vimeo.

The importance of appearances

While this experiment is not 100% validated this is a powerful example here of the so called importance of appearance.  The first time the actor collapses with illness he is dressed as if he were homeless, although to me it’s… Read More ›

Look Up…but don’t look away

I’ve seen this video circulating around social media in the last couple of days.  Look Up is utterly fantastic and spoken word used to its very best…on social media.  Yet it’s about putting your phone down and not using social… Read More ›

It’s only football, but I like it

In the last couple of days, for various reasons, I have been involved in a couple of feisty social media “discussions” about football.  That they are feisty doesn’t bother me.  Sometimes feisty is good.  It shows passion, perhaps misdirected but… Read More ›

Fuck the poor

This video made for the Pilion Trust is a social experiment to see the reactions of people when they spot the sign he is wearing and hear about his message.  Further on in the video you see why the Pilion… Read More ›

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