I love me some TED-Ed, and obviously I can use some brushing up of my grammar skills, so therefore ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn_eBrIDUuc
“How to write an award-winning bestselling first novel”
A TEDx Talk by Nathan Filer ... which reminds me: I DO have some writing to do 😉 So I guess I leave you with this for now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMQGa6grfeE
Carolyn Mohr: “The power of a great introduction”
If you like this video, take a closer look at TED-Ed here ... https://youtu.be/j0_u-lourd0
TED Ed: John Green talks about online Learning
TED-Ed: “How to write fiction that comes alive” – Nalo Hopkinson
Darren Rowse of Problogger.com talks about his “early Days”
Darren Rowse from Chris Guillebeau on Vimeo.
TedTalk: “How YouTube thinks about copyright” (German and other subtitles available/bei Bedarf mit deutschen Untertiteln)
I used to edit YouTube videos (especially during the Tube's pre-Google era and mainly about darling Jeremy Brett). Every now and then I would get a notification about problems regarding the copyright of the music I used for the background... Nowadays the copyright question is once more of special interest to me, though this time… Continue reading TedTalk: “How YouTube thinks about copyright” (German and other subtitles available/bei Bedarf mit deutschen Untertiteln)
TED-ed Original: How to build a fictional world
...by Kate Messner This is part of the reason why I am (still) on Facebook... not to post selfies, not to tell people that I am bored/sick/hungry/tired... but to find stuff like this in my news feed. *smiles* You can check out their website here.
“Sigh no more” (reloaded): Update for yesterday’s post
Catherine Tate and David Tennant starring in William Shakespeare's "Much Ado about Nothing" - I've meanwhile found this amazing fanvid (kudos to "missboulay") on Youtube. Just LOVE it - and the whole play will SO be mine one Wednesday (well - a download at least)!
“Sigh no more”: Soundtrack for Shakespeare’s “Much ado about nothing”
- Yeah, THE Doctor's singing, and Donna, too!