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Holiday Video Tips by Vimeo Video School

We’ve all seen them: the holiday videographers who get in people’s faces, make everyone self-conscious, and never get to enjoy the party themselves. Does that sound familiar? Wait, are you blushing?

Don’t worry, you don’t have to be that guy. Or even that girl. We have some simple tips to help you capture amazing holiday footage while still partaking in the festivities. Watch and learn!

To read the full lesson, head over to the Vimeo Video School!

I love eggnog.

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crosscrowdedrooms:

It’s proved impossible for me to get this shot of former Philadelphia Police Cpt. Ray Lewis being arrested, published anywhere.  I was adamantly rebuffed by the Philadelphia Inquirer, NYT, local NY papers, and Newsweek, before even looking at the photograph.  One of the only published photos of this paradoxical and intense event is located here at the NYC Observer:

http://www.observer.com/2011/11/former-philadelphia-police-captain-ray-lewis-arrested-ows/

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Hot!

Thank you to all those who fearlessly serve / have served our country. God Bless.

Thank you to all those who fearlessly serve / have served our country. God Bless.

Man - does she know what she’s doing with those eye’s or what!?

"This one was the one that reunited Trey and me again after a long silence in September 2007.Trey was in Saratoga Springs, NY, working very hard in his Drug Court program — helping himself, helping others…but not communicating with anyone…on purpose.His dad was key to breaking the silence and said I could email Trey a Happy Birthday and he "might answer".At first I thought he was joking, because until that moment, Trey NEVER used email!So I sent off a birthday poem…these lyrics.2 hours later I received an "Oh My God, Tom" email.Then soon after, a phone call where he played me this song.Our writing conquered the chasm…the rift.The thing we did best and did forever, songwriting, reignited our friendship."

Twenty years ago today, Ari Gold's mother died in the helicopter crash that also took the life of rock music impresario Bill Graham. In honor of his mom he finally posted his 20-minute student-Oscar winning short film “Helicopter” on Youtube, so that anyone in the world can see it - watch it and pass it on - hugs to you Ari

You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.

— Stanford University commencement address, June 2005

vimeo:

A huge thank you is in order for everyone who came out to last nights Vimeo Offline: Beyond Planet Earth at the amazing American Museum of Natural History. In addition to a stellar screening of intergalactic Vimeo gems, we were taken on a private journey through the stars in the Hayden Planetarium. We hope you guys enjoyed wandering through the cosmos with us. Here at Vimeo HQ, we’re still reassembling the pieces of our sufficiently blown minds!

If you missed the fun, have no fear! You can check out the video playlist right here. (Extra points if you watch it in Couch Mode!)

In honor of Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration, a new exhibition opening at the American Museum of Natural History on November 19, the museum has cooked up an awesome video contest with some equally great prizes. The challenge? Imagine the future of space exploration. Where will we go? What will we discover? To learn more and submit, head over to the contest Group!

Every Battle is won before its fought

—Sun Tzu - 450 BC

This is really beautiful.

He who says can and he who says he can’t, are both usually right

—Confucus

Widespread Panic pre-show shenanigans @ Radagast. Awesome times.