Watch this time-lapsed video of one of the country’s largest and least sustainable cities, Las Vegas, as it inexorably expands and sucks up the resources around it.
Though he wasn’t involved in KONY2012, the other part of the organization’s original brain trust is also using video to highlight child soldiers in Africa, though perhaps in a less controversial manner.
I wanted to help tell this story specifically around the song that the mothers are helping to bring the children home.
Javan Van Gronigen of Fifty & Fifty, the firm behind Kony2012, talks about building the campaign to withstand a boom, a backlash, and a bust.
"There was a lot of celebrating when the film started to get such attention. It then quickly moved into strategy as the numbers became alarming. Orders for Action Kits kept coming in and donations were adding up and everyone quickly realized that the organization and its’ strategy for the year had to change quickly."
Sometime soon, Pinterest will expand the number of things users can pin, including videos from Hulu, Vimeo, and Netflix. “Driving traffic out is really fundamental for us,” he said. “The mission of Pinterest is not to keep people on the site forever. It’s to get people out and to find those objects.”
TED, the conference dedicated to “Ideas Worth Spreading,” took a step forward in its educational mission today by launching a TEDEd video channel on YouTube. Shorter than the 18-minute TED talks that have racked up 500 million views, these videos feature a combination of talking heads from TED stages and animation (artwork by Fast Company Most Creative Person Sunni Brown, among others) tackling topics like neuroscience and evolution for a high-school-aged audience.
Watch the choreographed chaos of the moving parts of Ho Chi Minh city in this beautiful time lapse video.
BoingBoing’s Rob Beschizza has said of Harris’ work, “Sometimes, I suspect that he is the Internet, trying to communicate with us in a language it thinks we understand.”
Tim Pool And Henry Ferry: The Men Behind Occupy Wall Street’s Live Stream
The best ground view of Occupy Wall Street has been through the lenses of a video phone-wielding former skateboarder and a one-time Realtor, aka Tim Pool and Henry Ferry of The Other 99. The media startup is already beating Fox, CBS, CNN, NBC, and others to many of the stories. They might soon have a better aerial view, too.
Feeding Everyone Will Take Every Inch Of The Planet
A new infographic video from WWF shows that we can grow enough food for everyone, it just won’t be pretty.
Annie Leonard Takes On The Occupy Movement With “Story Of Broke”
What happens when 620,000 lenders fund 615,000 entrepreneurs, students, and other microfinance borrowers around the world? You get this crazy data visualization! Watch Every Single Kiva Loan And Repayment Fly Around The World. Read more about Kiva.
You’ve gotta see Jascha Hoffman's new video for “Some Hungry Guy.” It’s made out of 100-year-old newspaper comics!