…learning to edit

Due to necessity over the past few weeks, I have had to teach the old dog, some new tricks… Today, I had a little play with Resolve, only because the pictures were so darn pretty!  🙂

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once upon a stormy afternoon

As a preface, if you will, my first thoughts where; “why am I actually writing this blog?” It seems I’ve found myself in a situation where I potentially don’t trust my memory anymore; or this process of self-reflection and critical thinking, has become a rich part of my professional and personal development methodology. With that in mind, I spent a …

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whitilive

When my NZ journey started, one of the first web pages I bookmarked was WHITILIVE – a live stream camera positioned overlooking Mercury Bay.  This site is extremely valuable as a source to feel ‘at home & local’…when I’m unable to stick my head out the window.  A massive thanks to owner of whitilive and fellow CFM staffer – Sam Howell, …

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…makes you think

For whatever reason, this article grabbed my attention and made me think. The beautifully academic and verbose language of the article surprisingly delivered a powerful message. A few days later, Ayana posted a Listener comment to CFM’s blog page…which made me want to share both. Despite strong instincts to preserve the past, historian Dr Felicity Barnes explains why she won’t be …

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the branding

I don’t really understand this one; but the branding started in a simple email like this… Hey Ed, The story is, I’ve been doing some work remotely, into a place in New Zealand called Whitianga. Te Whitianga o Kupe – meaning Kupe’s crossing place… Kupe being a great Polynesian navigator… i was thinking ocean-fish-canoe …all having Polynesian and Māori symbols…see …

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