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Awesome, awesome, awesome interview. Have to listen to this one.
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Cool motion graphics/typography video, this is the type of stuff I would love to watch...
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@GaryVee always delivers, this video is awesome to say the least, if you need a good kick in the ass, click play.
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This is a pretty bad ass effect, I don't know how I'm going to use it, but I will find a way...
 
Have you ever tried to create the "Jumper" effect? I'd love to see any cool examples you've made or found! Thought this one was fun:

http://vimeo.com/30989737

Here is a more technical tutorial on Aetuts+ if you've never tried it:

http://ae.tutsplus.com/tutorials/vfx/learn-how-to-create-an-advanced-jumper-effect/
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Incredible story about changing the world with art...good stuff, first saw this in photoshop class.
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An entrepreneur who loves to create epic shit and help other peeps do the same.
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I'm a video blogger, entrepreneur and digital artist (of sorts). I run the site Modern Day da Vinci, where I teach entrepreneurs how to create kick-ass professional looking screencast videos.

Screencasting to me is one of those amazing tools that allows entrepreneurs how to get their message out to their target audience via video (which not enough people are using), create tutorials, demos, etc. But alot of entrepreneurs settle for the "basic" features, I'm all about pushing the envelope when it comes to video and that's what I help businesses do. 

When I'm not building my business, I love to play sports, listen to podcast, go to the movies, Photoshop renovation ideas for my house (first time home owner as of 2011), and anything else I like can just be filed under "other shit."