We’ve all fallen for a good prank. The folks at Just for Laughs have done it again, just in time for your weekend.
When we think about pollution, we often think about the toxins in our air, food, and water. However, noise pollution can be just as detrimental to our health.
A few years ago, I began a tradition of sharing a Just for Laughs Gag every Friday to celebrate the arrival of the weekend. I have decided to revive the tradition. Hope you enjoy! 😀
In Rwanda, a company called Zipline is using drones to deliver blood to remote hospitals. In regions where roads are impassable or non-existent, drones will increasingly be used to move supplies and people.
I discovered this series a few years ago and it brings me a good chuckle every time I see it. Hope you enjoy! 😀
The Maltese Falcon is one of the world’s fastest birds and has been prized on the island of Malta since 1530. Tricia and I had a chance to meet one up close.
The walled city of Carcassonne in southern France supposedly earned its name from a fabled siege. Have a look at the recent article and video I produced on it.
Watch these hilarious animals as they encounter the fierce aroma of durian fruit for the first time.
Pétanque is a game that dates back to ancient Greece. In the stone village of Uzès in southern France, we watched locals play a round on a warm afternoon.
Japan has a demographics challenge — its population is declining. As a result, the country is spearheading research into advanced robotics that will supplement, or maybe even supplant, its workforce.
Here is a collection of short travel videos that I recently posted to Twitter. Countries in this lineup include France, Montenegro, and Sri Lanka.
In the past 13 years, YouTube has grown into the world’s predominant video platform and the second largest search engine. This article offers a few content strategy ideas for uploading to YouTube, including velocity, descriptions, tags, and cover photo.
Located about 400km north of Bangkok, the first capital of Thailand is worth a visit. Founded in the 13th century, Sukhothai means “Dawn of Happiness.” The historical park features 193 temple ruins. Here is my short video featuring a few of its sights.
The Roman Theater in Orange, France is almost 2,000 years old. Today, it hosts world-renowned artists and can seat 9,000 people.
A sunset safari video of our recent trip to the Addo Elephant Park in South Africa.
Ideas from the stonemason school on the Croatian island of Brač could be useful in solving unemployment problems around the world.
Last spring, my wife, Tricia, and I had the opportunity to meet Camilla Rossi Chauvenet, an Italian Tourpreneur in Northern Italy. Her winery, Massimago, is challenging convention in the traditional viticultural region of Valpolicella. https://vine.co/v/eHA20EUq6xK Nestled in the foothills of the Italian Alps, the Valpolicella wine-growing region is sprinkled with incredible Italian villas; a legacy of the heady days … Continue reading Springtime for Italian Innovation