Rwanda: Hope Rises is on tour, starting with the West Coast. We have dates in Portland, Redding and Langley. We are booking now for dates on our Cross-Canada tour. Check out hoperisesfilm.com for more info, and get in touch if you’re interested in hosting or helping with a screening.
Update: the RSS feed for the news page on hoperisesfilm.com is now working. Subscribe for updates on screenings etc. While you’re at it, you can subscribe to the trevormeier.com RSS feed too! (There are many goodies on the feed that regular site viewers don’t get to see…)
Metaphor slowly passes whatever invisible barrier lies between the real and fake, and it becomes “is” — it becomes “real.”
Our modern digital world is a metaphoric world. We make things real by first constructing them as a metaphor, an “as if” type. Then we slowly deepen the metaphor, adding more layers of meaning and realism, until metaphor slowly passes whatever invisible barrier lies between the real and fake, and it becomes “is” — it becomes “real.”
— Kevin Kelly, The Technium
You get good at something by doing it repeatedly.
We can’t get good at something solely by reading about it. And we’ll never make giant leaps in any endeavor by treating it like a snack food that we munch on whenever we’re getting bored. You get good at something by doing it repeatedly. And by listening to specific criticism from people who are already good at what you do.
–Merlin Mann, 43folders
If you’re curious about social media, check out David Armano’s illustrations.
Ready for the New Year? Me either. Here’s a wallpaper of a Vancouver icon, shrouded in low clouds to start your year off fresh and… gloomy. (Right click here to download)
Want something a little more colourful for your desktop? Take a look at some past wallpapers.