Tag Archives: Movement

ABC’s ‘Women of the Movement’ Anthology Series From Jay-Z, Will Smith & Aaron Kaplan Opens Virtual Writers Room

EXCLUSIVE: ABC is stepping up improvement of Girls of the Motion (working title), an anthology collection that chronicles the civil rights motion as informed by the ladies behind it.. The community has commissioned the opening of a writers room for the mission, from author Marissa Jo Cerar and a producing staff that features Jay-Z, Will Smith and Aaron… Read More »

‘The Mindfulness Movement’ Review – Variety

An earnest, over-stuffed infomercial for the potential and advantages of training mindfulness, multi-hypenate Rob Beemer’s “The Mindfulness Motion” demonstrates the apply, gives an abbreviated historical past of its progress within the U.S., and cites examples of the therapeutic, scientific, company, educational and athletic advantages of residing a extra aware life. After kicking off with superstar endorsements (Oprah, Patrick… Read More »

Crime Thriller ‘Stray Dolls’ With Cynthia Nixon Debuts, Deepak Chopra Brings Peace With ‘The Mindfulness Movement’ – Specialty Streaming Preview

This weekend’s slate of specialty streaming titles is a range pack of a criminal offense thriller, a documentary about mindfulness, an obsessive-compulsive darkish comedy and…a film titled Butt Boy. Sonejuhi Sinha’s characteristic directorial debut Stray Dolls is ready debut this weekend on a mess of VOD platforms. The crime thriller, which bowed final 12 months on the Tribeca Movie Pageant,… Read More »

How Your PIN And Password Can Be Stolen Using Your Smartphone’s Movement

Short Bytes: The security researchers at Newcastle University have published a paper that showcases the risks posed by numerous sensors that are a part of modern smartphones. Many of these sensors don’t ask for user’s permission and can act as a spying tool that can be exploited by hackers and malicious websites. The researchers are in touch with industry leaders… Read More »

How to use storytelling to start your movement

For generations our world was an oral world where history and knowledge was primarily passed on by word of mouth.  How could generations remember the information that was passed on?  Storytelling enabled them not only to remember the information but sometimes enabled them to pass on coded information that was illegal under current governments.  Consider the twelve days… Read More »

Open Source Life: How the open movement will change everything

class=”photo”> Consider this: in just a few short years, the open-source encyclopedia Wikipedia has made closed-source encyclopedias obsolete — both the hard-bound kind and the CD-ROM or commercial online kind. Goodbye World Book and Brittanica. Advertising Sure, these companies still exist, but their customer base is rapidly shrinking as more and more people would rather go with Wikipedia… Read More »