Archive for May, 2013

Doors Keyboardist Ray Manzarek (1939-2013) Tells the Story of the Classic Song, ‘Riders on the Storm’

An excerpt from “Mr. Mojo Risin’:The Story of L.A. Woman” where Ray talks about how “Riders on the Storm” came together.

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Brain hacking: using neurofeedback to master conflicting wills in your mind

Moran Cerf, celebrated neuroscientist, former military hacker, good guy bank robber, and storyteller, recounts some clever and fascinating neuroscience experiments that use neurofeedback to help people resolve competition between different thoughts and wills in their minds.

Via Boing Boing

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A sense of humor about Afghanistan – Aman Mojadidi

Afghan-American artist Aman Mojadidi calls himself “Afghan by blood, redneck by the grace of god.” Playing off his two identities, the TED Fellow’s bold, funny, thought-provoking artwork explores jihad, gangsterism, consumers and corruption in modern Afghanistan.

Talk by Aman Mojadidi.

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Overpowering Your Lizard Brain – Seth Godin

Author Seth Godin argues that one of the main barriers to innovation is the “lizard brain,” the primitive part of the human brain adapted for survival. He explains that the lizard brain “loves being a cog in the system” because it’s safer than doing something foreign and untested.


The system is broken and the system needs you. Are you indispensable, capable of making a difference, doing work that matters–or are you a compliant cog in a machine that cares little about you? Seth Godin, entrepreneur and bestselling author of Linchpin wants to sell you on doing art, standing out and getting what you deserve. – BizTechDay

American Way Magazine calls Seth Godin “America’s Greatest Marketer,” and his blog is perhaps the most popular in the world written by a single individual. His latest book, LINCHPIN, hit the Amazon top 10 on the first day it was published and became a New York Times bestseller.


If I’m not afraid, I’m not doing my job.
Fear is a compass.
The more afraid I am the more likely it is that I need to do it.
You have to calm the fear and feel the fear because it is your compass that indicates you are doing the right thing.

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Steve Jobs – Inspirational Speech “If today were the last day of my life”

Preparing for your last day of life, keeps you focused on what is most important.

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The Mindset of a Winner

The Mindset of a Winner featuring Seth Godin, Author and Speaker

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Make Good Art – Neil Gaiman Commencement Address 2012

Make mistakes.
Make good art.
Do what only you can do best.
Make up your own rules.

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