As part of the whole “cutting the chord” philosophy, I am always intrigued by the idea of a new way of getting services I am used to getting in the old traditional method.
Though I have subscriptions for Netflix, HULU and HBO, I still continue to have
I am fairly certain we all at some point or another, maybe even many times, have had thought what it was that made / make us happy.
This afternoon, I stumbled on a TED Talk by Sam Berns entitled “My philosophy for a happy life“.
At the age of 2 Sam, as you will have learned if you watch the talk I have embedded above, was diagnosed with Progeria, a rare, rapid aging disease.
- Be OK with what you ultimately can’t do, because there is so much you CAN do.
- Surround yourself with people you want to be around.
- Keep moving forward
- Never miss a party if you can help it
Jan 1, ’14 – Just found the Full Movie on YouTube and am watching it on my TV via my Apple TV.
Oct 21, ’12 – The first time I watched “The Trap”, I was still in middle school (7th ~ 8th grade) and it was one of the best movie experiences. That memory has been with me. I have tried quite hard to watch it again, but without any success. Till a few years ago when I finally found it on Amazon (I think) – but on their UK site and the copy was not NTSC 😦
I still ordered it and got it shipped to my brother-in-laws place in London and later had him ship to to me. Needless to say it was not watchable – but I still did try to watch. Though I didn’t get to actually watch it – I did come to the conclusion that being able to watch it would most likely take away the beautiful memory of watching it the first time around that I still treasure.
If I am ever able to find a decent copy that I could watch I’ll most likely get it, but not watch it.