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  1. Primitive Technology

    John Plant, the Australia-based blogger and YouTube producer behind Primitive Technology, is documenting his journey into the distant technological past, “making stuff from scratch in the wild.”

  2. The era of blind faith in big data must end

    Longtime blogger Cathy O’Neil advocates for morality in algorithms in her new TED Talk, “The era of blind faith in big data must end.”

  3. Use Video Content to Enhance Your Front Page

    Considering video content? These sites use video to draw their readers in.

  4. Get Started on with Video Tutorials

    Browse our library of video tutorials to help you get going on

  5. America’s extreme vetting

    Michael Hobbes on refugees in America: “‘They need our help,’ she said. . . . I remember being struck by that, the simplicity of it, the clarity of genuine, actual, real-world grace being defined in four words right in front of me.”

    Political Commentary
  6. Camino Sketchbook Review

    Allow the girl with the blue hair to take you on a 40-day tour of the Camino de Santiago via her watercolor sketchbook video.

  7. The Northern Sessions

    Fill your ears at The Northern Sessions, a site showcasing over 50 live performance videos geared to promoting the music of artists in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

  8. Brood: A Video Word Review

    “Brood” gets a ten out of ten from James Harbeck in this video word review. “Brooding is the yeast in the bread of discontent.”

    Video by James Harbeck
  9. Tucson, After the Monsoon

    Drone videographer Garrett Brown shares dramatic aerial views of the desert around Tucson, Arizona, following the summer monsoon season.

  10. The Taj Mahal in Negative Space

    In this meditative demonstration, Anne-Laure Jacquart deftly conjures the Taj Mahal in negative space, using watercolor.

  11. What Second Life Means to Me

    Virtual novelist, poet, and photographer Huckleberry Hax celebrates Second Life with a video based on his experiences in the far reaches of the online virtual world.

  12. 19F — The Night Venezuela Finally Imploded

    “But of course, this is no war zone: in a war zone you have two sides shooting at each other. Tonight one side is doing all the shooting, the other side is doing all the being shot at.” Caracas Chronicles captures an explosive night of violence in February 2014.

    Current Events
  13. On Uganda: “It Is Less Obvious That Someone Made Them That Way”

    A video from Michael Hobbes, with footage and observations from a work trip to Uganda. Hobbes, who writes at Rottin’ in Denmark, shares this from his perspective as a foreign aid worker on a human rights project alongside a local NGO.

  14. How Police Profile and Shame Sex Workers

    In 2013, Monica Jones, a student at Arizona State University, was arrested for “manifesting prostitution.” In this Fusion video of commentary and animated illustrations, Molly Crabapple discusses the tens of thousands of people — primarily women — arrested every year for prostitution-related offenses.

  15. On Ferguson and the Policing of Black Bodies

    In this documentary, Ferguson: A Report From Occupied Territory, Fusion turns to the residents of St. Louis County to tell us what it’s like to be black and under siege in the middle of America.

    Current Events