This is a great video talking about scientific consensus and arguments from authority. In this day and age where anyone can write about anything they choose and make themselves come across as an authority to the masses, without any real credentials or evidence to back their claims up I think videos like the one below are more important than ever. Same same can be said for the importance of actually reading scientific peer reviewed articles especially when they’re cited in blogs and papers. Continue reading
I’ve become a big fan of Die Antwoord over the years and I managed to find this great Die Antwoord music video commentary with them talking about how they came to their awesome, crazy videos. Continue reading
Following on from my earlier post You Can Do Anything, But Not EVERYTHING (part 1), I thought I’d take a look the actual Dan Millman quote I was thinking of;
I learned that we can do anything, but we can’t do everything… at least not at the same time. So think of your priorities not in terms of what activities you do, but when you do them. Timing is everything.
There appears to be a debate over vinyl digging VS e-digging in this day and age.
For those that aren’t Hip Hop producers or producers in general ‘digging’ basically means finding records to sample to make your own beats as the majority of Hip Hop is based on sampling other records. ‘Vinyl Digging’ has been the more ‘traditional’ way in which many producers have chosen to sample records. In other words they will dig for samplable breaks through old vinyl records and use the records there. Continue reading
Here are some of my favourite Grime Records. Some may argue there’s no difference between Grime and UK Hip Hop. I would argue there’s a distinct difference. For those that aren’t in the know about the UK music scene and Grime as a genre this wikipedia page on Grime gives a pretty good description. Continue reading
Here is Dan Millman talking about living as a peaceful warrior. Dan Millman is the writer of the book “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” and is in fact one of my favourite people. He’s not a doctor or someone with a PhD in psychology but nonetheless I at very least like and draw inspiration from his approach to life and I find it enlightening to hear him speak. Continue reading
Here are some things that make me laugh… A LOT! Continue reading
That’s right! The chain’s still going…. Although I didn’t get round to writing another blog post yesterday I did spend time on it because I was trying to make sure that you would be able to subscribe and receive updates to my blog via email. If you want to understand what I’m talking about here with all this ‘chain’ malarky, then I recommend you check out my post Don’t Break The Chain. Continue reading
It’s taken a bit of work but you can now subscribe to my blog! Continue reading