For a short time, you can receive Tony’s book for almost free – it will retail for $28, but if you pay the $6.95 shipping fee, he’ll send you the book for free.
Here’s the fine print: “All of the author’s profits of this book have been donated in advance by the author, which in conjunction with an additional personal donation, will feed 50 million meals to people in need this year.” Pretty cool, right? Click here to see if any free books are still available.
Trey Ratcliff made this video with a DJI Quadcopter and a GoPro Hero 3. I mean, this is just cool. It has a gyroscopic stabilizer for the GoPro, which is why the video looks all smooth and not jittery. One of the coolest things is, it has a built-in GPS. If you fly it out of range, or your controller dies, etc… the Quadcopter will fly back home and land where it started its flight!
Watch this video, which was made using ony the Quadcopter, the attached GoPro HD camera, and iMovie.
I recently mentioned on my podcast that I fit all my electronic gear into a single carry-on bag for airline travel. I got a lot of questions about how I do that… so I grabbed my Google Glass, and in this video show you my packing system. You get to see everything in my bag.
These very funny videos are conversations between a dad and his 2-year-old daughter… re-enacted with another full-grown man.
Michael Hyatt introduced me to the magic of markdown. Markdown is a coded way of writing that allows you to write for the language of expression, and the language of the web (HTML) simultaneously. This video is a great introduction to markdown, why it’s important, and how you can get started with markdown in about an hour.