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The Most Important Job – Director of Operations

Michael Film, Video December 15, 2016 Leave a reply

Whether you are looking for a new job or not, read this job description and think if you are interested, or qualified:

  • Title: Director of Operations
  • The most important job [wow, right?]
  • Requirements/Qualifications:
    • Mobility
    • Work standing up most or all of the time
    • Constantly on your feet, constantly bending over
    • High levels of stamina 
    • Excellent negotiation and interpersonal skills
    • Preferably a degree in medicine, finance, and culinary arts
    • Associate needs constant attention
    • Sometimes have to stay up with associate throughout the night
    • No vacation, actually Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year the work load is gonna go up
    • The position is gonna pay absolutely nothing
  • Lunch? Only when the associate is done with their lunch
  • No break? Absolutely not.
  • Time to sleep? Oh no time to sleep.

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The Next Big Thing: Social Video [Business Insider]

Michael Data & Graphics, Photo, Video December 15, 2016 Leave a reply

At the latest Business Insider IGNITION conference, Henry Blodget teased up the Future of Digital 2016 with a collection of amazing slides, data and insights. The take away: social video is the next big thing! See selected slides below, and full original post here.

The trend is loud and clear: digital media consumption is exploding, and traditional TV is collapsing, especially among the younger demographics:

Digital media consumption is growing, everything else is shrinking (Source: eMarketer via BusinessInsider)

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Yoyo Recital #3

Michael Audio, Photo, Video December 14, 2016 Leave a reply

First recital at a new school, Juliet Music at Forest Hills Gardens.

Yoyo played Dance and Theme Variation a duet with teacher Alejandra and then Little Playmates by himself, error free:

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Arctic Ice Meltdown Has Gone So Bad…

Michael Animation, Data & Graphics, Video November 4, 2016 Leave a reply

Every year in September or October (before Halloween probably), the Arctic ice cover drops to its minimum size. According to NASA, the ice meltdown in the Arctic has been nothing but heart breaking. If you care a tiny bit about climate change, you’ve probably seen the arctic ice cover shrinking in an animation or video or something. Yet what you are about to see below is many times more alarming. The key message is: old ice cover in the Arctic has shrunk to 6% of what it was in 1984. [Read caption for details.]

The age of the ice is represented in shades of blue-gray to white, with the brightest whites representing the oldest ice. In September 1984, there were 1.86 million square kilometers of old ice (5 years or older) spread across the Arctic at its yearly minimum extent. In September 2016, there were only 110,000 square kilometers of older sea ice left. Original post on NASA

The age of the ice is represented in shades of blue-gray to white, with the brightest whites representing the oldest ice. In September 1984, there were 1.86 million square kilometers of old ice (5 years or older) spread across the Arctic at its yearly minimum extent. In September 2016, there were only 110,000 square kilometers of older sea ice left. Original post on NASA

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Video: Yoyo Recital #2

Michael Audio, Photo, Video October 23, 2016 Leave a reply

悠悠第二次登台演奏,这首是巴赫的小步舞曲,腾讯视频往下翻…

Here our family duo iPhones worked quietly to properly capture Yoyo’s second recital performance (sound not by Apple device) . We are really proud of how he handled the pressure, and he was the youngest, by a lot. Here below is a clip of his A Minuet for Mr. Bach’s Children. Click here for his first recital performance.

虽然不是第一次了,悠悠还是有点紧张,本来可以不看乐谱弹下来的,后来临上阵还是让妈妈把乐谱带着上了舞台。不管怎么说,他很顺利地演奏完了两首曲子,让人格外骄傲!【点这里看他的第一次演奏】

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