About Adrian Minde

I’m Adrian, a filmmaker, teacher, entrepreneur, Spurs-fan, explorer and internet geek. I thrive on sparks of creativity, while roaming this world and great stories seek.

Happy Birthday Paul Gascoigne!

Paul Gascoigne celebrates his 50th birthday on Saturday, May 27. The birthday boy, affectionately known as Gazza, has been described as the most naturally-gifted English footballer of his generation. He was born and raised in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, starting his career at Newcastle United as a schoolboy before turning professional with the club in 1985. In 1988 he joined Tottenham Hotspur for [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:35:52+00:00 27 May 2017|Categories: Personal, Tottenham|0 Comments

30 Photoshop Techniques Every Photographer Should Know

If you're a photographer or retoucher, there are certain Photoshop techniques you just have to know. Tutvid and Nathaniel Dodson have made this amazing 4-part free mini-course about retouching, that walks you through the basics of photoshop and explains why they're important and how to use them. Photoshop is full of capabilities and always have at least five ways to accomplish any [...]

By | 2017-09-20T14:57:21+00:00 25 May 2017|Categories: Be your own guru, DIY, Education, Photography, Uncategorized|0 Comments

50 Books Recommended by This Year’s TED Speakers

TED is one of the world's premier cultural events, providing not just a chance for the thousand or so attendees to hear from some of the smartest people around, but also opening up this knowledge to millions of learners around the world through the event's wildly popular online videos. Shared via Pocket. Read full article here, at the publisher's site.» [...]

By | 2017-05-22T13:29:16+00:00 22 May 2017|Categories: Good Reads, What I'm reading|Tags: , |0 Comments

How ‘Twin Peaks’ Invented Modern Television

The sensational entrance into mass consciousness of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, 27 years ago, was an event that defies replication. To begin with, back then there actually was a mass consciousness—or, at least, there were a lot of people watching the same shows at the same time. Shared via Pocket. Read full article here, at the publisher's [...]

By | 2017-05-22T13:28:58+00:00 22 May 2017|Categories: Good Reads, What I'm reading|Tags: , |0 Comments

How Chatbots are Saving Time, Reducing Effort and Making Money for Influencers and Bloggers

Today, it’s no secret that individuals and thought leaders around the world are turning to blogging and influencing to make money online. Whether you’re a modest online store or an active evangelist, you want to take full advantage of available tools in order to save time and reduce effort. Shared via Pocket. Read full article here, at the publisher's site.» [...]

By | 2017-05-22T13:32:38+00:00 22 May 2017|Categories: Good Reads, What I'm reading|Tags: , |0 Comments

What’s Really Warming the World?

Methodology NASA's Model Researchers who study the Earth's climate create models to test their assumptions about the causes and trajectory of global warming. Around the world there are 28 or so research groups in more than a dozen countries who have written 61 climate models. Shared via Pocket. Read full article here, at the publisher's site.» https://bloom.bg/2qiXoSg

By | 2017-05-22T13:31:25+00:00 1 May 2017|Categories: Good Reads, What I'm reading|Tags: , |0 Comments

Culture and Revolution. A great presentation by Ben Horowitz on what culture is and how you can change it.

We know that culture is important. We even think we know what it is. But culture isn’t perks like dogs and snacks in the workplace — nor is it a defining personality, like, say, “googleyness”. Shared via Pocket. Read full article here, at the publisher's site.» http://bit.ly/2nhnyk8

By | 2017-03-09T09:34:29+00:00 9 March 2017|Categories: Good Reads, What I'm reading|Tags: , |0 Comments