I think there’s a universal feeling of well-being once the week hits friday for most people on earth, as it means the weekend is ahead. To keep you busy this weekend, here are a couple of tips, links, video’s etc…
1. Photographers Unite for Haiti
In the aftermath of the earthquake Haiti is still in dire need of help and assistance, and this project combines them both AND photography. Pitch in if you can, you might save lives.
2. Steve Jobs’ speech at the 2005 Stanford University Graduation.
Those following me on twitter (@morganmoller) already noticed that I posted it online, but it’s so inspiring that I thought i’d repost it here. Everybody knows Steve Jobs and here he gives a speech at Stanford University’s 2005 Graduation. The speech lasts for about 15 minutes, but you’ll remember it for the next 15 years. I promise. It’s really profound and deep, which is a side I’m sure (I would be included in this group) not many people knew SJ had. I won’t summarize what it’s all about, but just check it out. It’s amazing.
3. Interview with John Knoll.
Everyone’s been through it. You boot up Photoshop and you see this list of names whilst waiting and I’m sure that like me you’ve wondered who those people really are. Well here’s your chance to discover it. Thomas Knoll is the co-developer of Photoshop. It’s safe to say that if that man hadn’t been born, we’d have a very different workflow.
4. Martin Luther King Day
Europeans don’t usually celebrate this day, bit it’s a wide-spread holiday in the USA. It’s also an occasion to look back and connect the dots, as Steve Jobs would say. Lots of people have never seen this video, but I think it’s real important that you do.
That’s about it for this weekend, enjoy it!