Archive for category: Bio-Social Nature

Meet the Human Race

Meet the Human Race

2 / August 31, 2011 2:48 pm

This is quite possibly the most important video I have cut together to date. Not because I shot it. In fact, I’ve taken liberally from HOME, Journey of Man, and Short History of Progress. It’s important not because the ideas […]

Wilderness Survival for City Slickers

Wilderness Survival for City Slickers

2 / July 26, 2011 8:35 am

Last weekend a friend and I decided a few months ago to get some hands-on experience with wilderness survival in backcountry Alberta. No sleeping bag, no tent, no thermorest, or blanket. Just our clothes, knife, kit and wit. Here were […]

Egypt’s Example for Us

Egypt’s Example for Us

2 / March 14, 2011 2:19 pm

I confess. I’m overwhelmed. In a month of catching up from my trip to Sri Lanka, I’ve witnessed millions of people rise up to overthrow their government, observed revolutions spread like wildfire sparking events as far as Wisconsin, and seen […]

Break the Consumer Habit

Break the Consumer Habit

6 / December 1, 2010 5:19 pm

A conversation with a friend led to the question, “What pisses you off the most about the world?” Many things deserve that title, but in the spirit of the holiday season, I ranked consumerism as the thing that drives me […]

Teaching Kids How to Read

Teaching Kids How to Read

4 / November 14, 2010 10:16 am

What do you need to know to help children learn to read in their first 2000 days on Earth? In this exclusive presentation hosted by Calgary Reads, child development expert Maryanne Wolf breaks down the genetic and cognitive aspects of […]