Now for the latest installment of our series, My Big Break, about career triumphs big and small. This story comes to us from a listener – Tom Toro in Kansas City. He’s a cartoonist at the New Yorker. It’s a career he kind of stumbled upon. He actually went to film school at NYU. That’s when he realized he was in the wrong field. At the time, Toro had no idea what he was going to do.
Written & directed by Ramin Serry, a mini-sequel to the critically-acclaimed feature film, LOVELESS: youtube.com/watch?v=L5QXHMV_K8w
Watch LOVELESS on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/movie/loveless/id479213166
Check out my personal Mixed Martial Arts (#MMA) striking session with Evander Russ yesterday.Due to some my handicaps over the years I have developed a slightly different and unique approach to holding the focus mitts and Thai pad.
Tom Thum: Armed with just a microphone, Thum pushes the limits of the human voice to create incredible soundtracks of impossible beats and phenomenal sounds, with scratched vinyl, the Michael Jackson back-catalogue, the didgeridoo and an entire fifties jazz band amongst his vocal repertoire.
Professor Sowell deploys Walt Disney to perfectly illustrate a widely-held economic fallacy. http://www.LibertyPen.com
This video describes the course, Developing Your Portfolio for College Credit Course, which is an online, self-paced workshop which teaches you how to document your learning and have it assessed for potential college credit. To view the first two modules for free: http://www.learningcounts.org/dyp/
Learn how to develop a Learning Portfolio and earn college credits for your learning from experience at work, in the military, volunteer jobs, and online learning. LearningCounts.org is an online innovations by The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL).