Below is a list of videos that have struck me in one way or other. Odds are I have watched each one multiple times and all for very different reasons.
This list is in no particular order, besides full length shows being toward the bottom, and will grow over time.
To This Day – Shane Koyczan
One More Thing, One More Time – Josh Sundquist
The Greatest Speech Ever Made – Charlie Chaplin
Kill your TV – Hank Green explaining why I don’t have cable and will never have cable
Does the Universe Have a Purpose? – Neil deGrasse Tyson
Humans Need Not Apply – CGP Grey
A Universe From Nothing – Lawrence Krauss giving a great overview of our universe and how it works
Talks and Conversations
Advice to NY Creative Interns – Gary Vaynerchuk
The Future of Learning, Networked Society – multiple
We are the Gods Now – Jason Silva
Love is the Greatest Pain – Jason Silva
The Hidden Truth About Technology – When Jason Silva is in the zone, genius proceeds
How to escape education’s death valley – Ken Robinson
Bring on the learning revolution – Ken Robinson
Do Schools Kill Creativity? – Ken Robinson
Science versus wonder – Robert Ince
The Puzzle of Motivation – Dan Pink
How great leaders inspire action – Simon Sinek
If you are looking for something fantastic to watch, give these a shot. * = seen all episodes multiple times, aka they are THAT good.
House of Cards*
Things I learned this weekend: Agents of Shield and Jessica Jones are very over hyped for how bad they are and Love (Netflix) is amazing
— Adam Huet (@AdamHuet) February 20, 2016
Halt and Catch Fire
Mr. Robot – USA Network
Horace and Pete is an amazingly original, funny, flawed, and smart show. Worth every penny.
— Adam Huet (@AdamHuet) May 16, 2016