Archive for category: History

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 […]

A Short Video History of Calgary

A Short Video History of Calgary

0 / June 6, 2011 11:59 am

The city in which you are born is the one you know the least. It’s just home with its familiar cityscape, favorite locales and friends you’ve grown to know. What is common becomes unworthy of our curiosity. I had a […]

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 […]

How economic myopia tells us something about rationality

How economic myopia tells us something about rationality

0 / May 13, 2009 12:20 pm

Let’s face it. Conventional economic theory needs a major overhaul. I’m not here to debate Keynesian or Friedmann economics because that isn’t necessarily the most significant challenge. The most significant challenge is that economics has become the dominant mode of […]

Remembering More Than Myths on Remembrance Day

Remembering More Than Myths on Remembrance Day

2 / November 2, 2008 11:59 pm

I was told as a child that Remembrance Day is about honouring the veterans and how they fought for peace. Sadly I have come to learn that this is a convenient mythology told to us so we can feel better […]