Cultivating local connections may be one of the most radical and important things we can do at this time. Local food swap all about reducing waste, saving money and cultivating connections - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
This little guy is a little Aussie champion. Free On A Tree: 10yo boy’s mission to warm Hobart’s homeless - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Though this is a sad story, I do love reading about ordinary people who do extraordinary things for their communities. West Oakland icon ‘Tall Paul’ succumbs to Cancer - The E’ville Eye Community News
A short film about Milton Glaser, the creator of the infamous I Heart NY symbol and his struggle to find love for the city in a trying time.
Visit to Lune today to buy some Mother’s Day treats for the family.
Beatrice Nyariara lives in Korogocho. It’s widely considered to be Nairobi’s most dangerous slum.
A while back, men in her community started to attack the “grandmothers” of Korogocho at night.
Beatrice decided enough was enough. It was time to fight back.
Move over Ned Kelly. “One weekend… he wrote a $92,000 check for a silver Aston Martin. He drove back, a smoke in one hand, a beer in the other, steering with his knees, no shirt, no shoes, no worries.”
This is not easy to watch. This man can rotate his hips 180 degrees so that his feet are facing directly behind him! Video: Sachgeschichte: 180 Grad Artistic - Kinder
A very lovely story about an extraordinary human being 104-year-old David Goodall’s journey to Switzerland for voluntary euthanasia - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
A beautifully shot and voiced video that examines the potential impacts of water shortages in modern cities. Day Zero examines the water shortage crisis in Cape Town, where residents are “having to cut their daily water usage down to a limit of 50 litres per day per person”.
I really enjoyed this staff pick from Vimeo. Life Cycles
An observational exploration of routine, monotony, attention and distraction. Will we continue to let events pass us by uncontested, or will we decide to break the cycle?
Another fantastic Autumn day.
Nothing says creepy more than a little tin shed in the middle of the Australian bush.Creswick
A beautiful Autumn day on campus today.