Here are 20 other things (thanks to Mashable) that were also born that year. So many goodies.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
“The Company” at arguably the best dance competition in the world.
Impressive, but not as impressive as implementing this in LA!
1 work of art/day in NYC.
Traveler Alex Chacon and the things he’s done with Go Pro.
Beautiful talk around the “L” word at our alma mater, from Fellow Sphinge and English Major.
Everyone’s posting SNL’s recent EDM jam parody…lest we forget the original?
Biggest overarching issue: accurate and prolific classification.
Mind is blown in so many ways.
I remember seeing this dancing violinist at UC Berkeley on the night of the 2012 Presidential election. It was a small stage, encircled by sweaty fans, with one spotlight, with CNN’s Presidential coverage blaring on an enormous screen outside. Now, she’s playing The Warfield with neon glow-in-the-dark effects, backup dancers, and the same sweaty dancing violinciados. Amazing how far you’ve come, Linds! Be sure to check out her new album, Shatter Me: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/shatter-me/id844250403
Unsure how many of these are legit, but Dear Lord….some of the magic just died.
Compelling piece from Jeff Yang and the WSJ on ABC’s transformative (and long-awaited) move to double down in diversity. The snarky side of me says: “Great! TV finally catches up with YouTube ;)”
From ABC’s Paul Lee: “We do think America has changed….We saw that in the election cycle, we see it in everything that’s happening. [To air these shows is] perfectly appropriate for a network like this; and, in fact, I think it’s the right thing to do now.”