Claire Linton-Evans, Author of Climbing the Ladder in Heels – How to Succeed in The Career Game of Snakes and Ladders Listen to the podcast interview on: iTunes | YouTube DO you ever wish you could break up with crappy friends in the same way you could break up [...]
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Independent filmmaker, Naftali Beane Rutter on the creative process and successful KickStarter campaigns
Listen to the podcast interview on: iTunes | YouTube In this week’s episode of our How’d You Become So Awesome podcast – we interview award-winning New York based independent filmmaker Naftali Beane Rutter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmo80sJ5ULQ Naftali came to our attention with a successful KickStarter campaign he ran to fund his upcoming film, WILD ANIMALS – about two [...]
Listen to the podcast interview on: iTunes | SoundCloud | YouTube Hey, women! How does it make you feel to know that just a year out of college, your male counterparts are making about 7-15 per cent more salary than you are? And that over the course of your career, that’s tens of thousands of dollars [...]
For this week’s Work Out Loud week, I’ve answered some questions about – you guessed it – working out loud! […]
“Our world runs on science but is run by politics, What we need is a world where everyone is science literate” These are the wise words of YouTube science rapper Michael Wilson, (aka Coma Niddy), in his space-themed cover of the song ‘All About That Bass’. The parody features all matter of astronomical facts (“when [...]
‘Sepideh – Reaching for the Stars’, screened at the Imagine Science Film Festival in NYC Public disengagement from science is a serious issue. Not only does it lead to an unscientific public, more open to the vocal anti-science movement, and unaware of the broader societal issues facing science (such as race and [...]
Dear Jayde, I must commend you on the release of your new video “3 diseases that are more terrifying than Ebola.” However, I have a bone to pick. But first: I know that you (and other scientists like you) want to call-out the media on their (seemingly arbitrary) fixation with Ebola, at a time when [...]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vop82Rev7zg What can a pair of (adult) science YouTubers learn from an 18-year-old beauty vlogger? Well, as it turns out – a lot. […]
It’s hard to get people to care about stuff. Especially stuff that doesn’t affect them on a daily basis. But one way to have a red hot crack at it – is to entertain the pants off them. And, one good way to do that is to tell a story through video. Make them laugh or [...]
IN the wake of bendgate, I’ve been pondering this question lately: “Why don’t YouTubers newsjack more?” Surely we could do a much better and less creepier job than brand marketers (currently the reigning champions of newsjacking)? After all; we’re peddling ideas (which come about because of the intersection of people with the world), rather than junk [...]