Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world.
It was a nice surprise to receive this video in my YT feed.
‘I built my little mud house to hide in nature,I used dead wood for the structure,clay and stones for the fireplace and grass for the roof. Here there are a lot of wild boars,I settled on their territory!‘
I was fascinated to watch this from start to finish. It was kind of a meditation watching the entire process. A video without music, just the sounds of nature, which was good fuel for the brain..….(Watch entire video here)
I’m a frequent reader of Reely Bernie’s movie reviews. He has a unique and provocative voice and I respect his opinions about movies although we don’t see eye to eye all the time. Here is a list of his favourite movies from 2021:
‘For me, 2021 was all about raising a wonderful baby daughter and being a goofball dad and supportive husband. Movies were far and few between, but they continued to be dependable coping devices during the ongoing pandemic (and rare evening off). More theatres were opened and maintained safely, the promised releases of 2020 played catchup, and the cinematic quality accompanied the quantity.
Below is my humble Top Ten of 2021. As with any list, it is subjective, nonsensical, and extremely personal. These movies fulfilled the “3 E’s” Reely Bernie looks for in any movie – Empathy, Entertainment, and Escape‘. (Read entire article here)
Elon Musk: Advice For Young People – Lex Fridmen podcast clips
Video interview at Lex Clips
Elon Musk is the CEO of SpaceX, Tesla, Neuralink, and Boring Company. This part of the interview was so insightful and interesting. There are lots of great quotes here, but I particularly liked: “The people you want as leaders are the people who don’t want to be leaders.” and “Try to have a positive net contribution on society.”
Lex Fridmen has improved substantially as an interviewer in the last few months. He used to waffle a lot and talk in circles. Now he is more succinct and allows the interviewer to express themselves freely. (Watch entire interview excerpt here)