Yesterday I went to the TEDxMcGill 2010 event. It was really great, well organized, and had great speakers. Like most TED or TEDx events it was inspirational. There were many stories told, philosophies, and ideas shared (which is what TED is about). I will now try to go to any TED or TEDx event I can, and maybe even try to organize some back home if I can. Shout out to Tara for getting me to go to this amazing event! On the way out the organizers surprised the attendees with three TEDxs made out of Diet Coke cans, Coke cans, and water bottles.
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I have not posted recently because my parents are in town, and I am busy spending time with them and being a tour guide. With that said I have had a lot of exciting video to capture and thought I would Share. If you like the videos and would like to know anything about them let me know.
1. Medieval Battle in Mount Royal (Happens every Sunday in the summer at Tam Tam Park)
2. A Band in the Old Port
3. A Painter in the Old Port
4. A Human Robot in the Old Port
5. A Bicycle stunt rider in the Old Port6. An Acrobatic Duo in The Just for Laughs Festival
1. Just for Laughs Stilts People
2. Just for Laughs Drummers
3. Just for Laughs small Parade
4. Just for Laughs Musical Van
5. Just for Laughs Pogo Guys (Double Backflip)
A crowd gathered around a performer singing a bunch of songs mashed up into each other. Reminds me of Playing for Change.
Stand by me, and In the Jungle, they actually sound good mashed up together!