It shouldn’t be considered brave to talk about something that so many people, on every corner of this planet, deal with every day.
The writer and director of "Brand: A Second Coming" talks about the film's honest look at the comedian and why he is the way he is.
If you're looking to follow someone who has their fingerprint on the leading edge of disruption, look no further than James McQuivey. He is VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester Research.
The resulting film WE LIVE IN PUBLIC chronicles Josh Harris before and for years after this bunker was shut down by the SWAT
Twenty minutes outside of Portland, Oregon, lies Pendarvis Farm -- a pristine mix of meadows and Douglas Fir with miles of hiking trails and views of Mt. Hood.
I can't stand shopping. As a mother, filmmaker, talk show host, founder and CEA of A TOTAL DISRUPTION, I simply don't have the time to spend hours in a store trying on clothes and rummaging through endless racks searching for the best deal. Online shopping promises to save time and money, but this just hasn't been the case for many of us trying to balance life and work in our increasingly busy schedules.
If you haven't heard of Lavabit or Levison, then you've certainly heard of Lavabit's most famous user -- Edward Snowden. America's notorious whistleblower used Lavabit to invite reporters to Moscow, which caught the attention of the Feds.
The next time you hear someone say "no one reads anymore," show them Wattpad. With more than 20 million users, Wattpad is the world's largest community for readers and writers, and to the consternation of traditional publishing -- entirely free.
"The Cut" was the kind of multimedia event that was popular in the 90's, and the template is one that seems to be coming
That's how two-time Sundance winner Ondi Timoner describes YouTube. Timoner's 2009 documentary "We Live In Public" told the
Ondi Timoner's latest ventures, an interview show called BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc) and a YouTube channel called Live Public, use Timoner's interests in mind- and life-changing documentaries and technology to go behind the scenes of how both are made.
Bjorn Lomborg has been called a global warming denier, a traitor, an idiot, and a parasite. Today, he's on a rampage trying to convince us how to invest in alternative energies.
The problem with Bjorn Lomborg's approach and the whole Cool It ethos is that it only adds fuel to the ridiculous argument that, in fact, global warming is not a problem.
Tonight, director Ondi Timoner takes her mission to self-distribute her provocative feature doc We Live In Public -- winner of 2009's Sundance Grand Jury Prize -- across the country.
I met Harris at the We Live In Public premiere in LA and emailed him some questions about the film, the future of the internet, and whether we really do or ever will truly live in public.
In the documentary We Live in Public, director Ondi Timoner focuses on an experiment in which 100 people were shut into a Soho, NY basement with all the comforts of home, plus 24/7 surveillance.