The Library Book is one of the submissions to the Jameson First Shot film competition.
I’ve enjoyed watching these and I know you will too.
Dropping off an overdue library book …….
One of the common terms used back in the day was “this is like herding sheep”. It typically came up when there were so many differing agendas, opinions and personalities at play in a meeting, that the project manager or project leader basically was ready to give up. They were spending so much time “herding” rather than having a productive meeting.
In case you’ve never seen a sheepdog herd sheep, then you are in for a treat.
This is how a sheepdog herds sheep 🐑 pic.twitter.com/D4BYRnoBcN— Evan Kirstel (@evankirstel) November 26, 2019
I love using graphics to explain numerical data. This video highlights the inequality in our world on many dimensions. The realization that we need to look further than our own little world and take a broader world view. 100, 100% is easy for the mind to comprehend.
A visit to New England in the fall is surely a sight to behold. The kaleidoscope of colors is breathtaking. I’d love to go experience this firsthand, but for this year’s road trip we will be staying north of the 49th. This drone video from Houzz is the closest we’ll get this year.
Enjoy this uplifting view of autumn in New England.