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John Ratzenberger American actor, voice actor, and entrepreneur. He is best known for his role as Cliff Clavin in Cheers and his recurring supporting/minor cast roles in Pixar films
Geremy and Melanie Heath are the power duo behind Texas All Cash Home Buyers, a residential redevelopment firm that offers, no obligation, all-cash payouts for homes in the San Antonio area. Since launching their business in 2008, the Geremy and Melanie have purchased over 100 properties and on average, they oversee the redevelopment of three to five new real estate projects per month
James Ballidis contributing author to Success Secrets, a Jack Canfield best seller. Jim's story is entitled "The Secret to Success Seldom Discovered." He is a best selling author of two contributing books, a trial attorney for 30 years representing consumers injured in accidents, Trial lawyer of the Year in 2011 and awarded Ethical Attorney of the Year in 2014.
James Arthur Ray NYT bestselling author of Harmonic Wealth, published in 81 countries around the world and translated into 18 languages. James is also co-author of the groundbreaking film, The Secret. His experience as an entrepreneur earned his company a spot on the Inc.500 list in 2009 as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. James was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNNs Larry King Live, Piers Morgan Live, Good Morning America and many more internationally syndicated shows. At the top of his industry
Listen to DSMA Live with Scott, Cherise and George and special guest, Howard Look, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tidepool.
Howard Look was on the founder’s team at TiVo where as VP of Software and User Experience he led the efforts that made TiVo as easy to use as it was disruptive. He was also VP of Software at Pixar, where he led the team developing Pixar’s proprietary film-making system, and at Amazon where he ran a secret software project to develop devices that leverage cloud services. At Linden Lab, he led the team that delivered the open-sourced Second Life Viewer 2.0 project. Howard has a BS in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. His teenage daughter has T1D.
After graduating in 1990 he studied animation and film at California Institute of the Arts, from 1990-92. His first job in animation was on the film The Pagemaster (1994) for which he was an effects animation assistant. He worked in the same capacity on Cats Don’t Dance (1997) before working as a visual development artist for Brad Bird on his un-produced film Ray Gunn. Since then Lou has continued working as a concept artist and art director on various projects including The Powerpuff Girls and The Iron Giant (1999). He was the production designer of Pixar’s The Incredibles (2004) for which he won an Annie
Award. He worked as a designer and lighting art director on the film Up
(2009). He left Pixar in 2008 and worked at Laika on various film projects.
Lou’s artwork has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and has been
published in several books including The Art of (Up, The Incredibles and
Monsters, Inc), The Ancient Book of Myth & War and The Ancient Book of
Sex & Science. His work has been exhibited at Nucleus Gallery in Los
Angeles, the MoMA and Gallery Met in New York City. Lou has also acted
in films voicing characters for The Incredibles, Cars (2005) and Ratatouille
(2007). He is currently hard at work on The Little Prince an animation film that in post production and set for release in 2015 featuring the voices of Rachel McAdams, James Franco and Benicio Del Toro.You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.Follow us on Twitter @123Film
SHOW NOTES: This episode is part of our JOYFUL ART OF BUSINESS™ series! Our episode topic is, “Steve Jobs: Legacy? Lesson? Stay Hungry/ Stay Foolish?”
Few business leaders are widely known. Even fewer receive an outpouring of emotion for their work. Fewer still are publicly mourned. Steve Jobs is one of those who left a legacy. What lessons may we learn from his journey through life? http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/22/books/steve-jobs-by-walter-isaacson-review.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
He said, “Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart. […] Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life's change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new. Right now the new is you, but someday not too long from now, you will gradually become the old and be cleared away. Sorry to be so dramatic, but it is quite true. Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. […] Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish” (http://news.stanford.edu/news/2005/june15/jobs-061505.html)
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According to Tom Bowden, yet again, some of America’s most admired and innovative companies — in this case Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe, Intuit, Pixar, and LucasFilm — have fallen victim to an antitrust shakedown. Rather than face a jury at the risk of $9 billion in penalties, the defendants reportedly offered a total of $344 million in settlement. This is par for the course when it comes to government enforced notions of fairness. It never stops, whether it's Microsoft a decade ago, or Apple today.
This week on That's What He Said, Lou and Freddy bring us some spoilers on Episode VII from Mark Hamill, news of a possible new Pixar film, WB's plans for stepping up to Marvel's theatrical domination, 50 Shades of Grey's sex scenes, Tarantino's breakdown, what's in store from Apple and Android in 2014 and tons more! Call us at 323-693-3811 during the show to join in!
Join Alex McManus as he interviews with cutting edge thoughtleaders and activists. Today he interviews Robert Velarde, the author of "The Wisdom of Pixar: An Animated Look at Virtue", published by Intervarsity Press Books, June 2010. Robert Velarde unpacks the movies of Pixar and shows how they display the best of classic Christian virtues. Pixar's films resonate with us because of their moral character. Their virtuous themes of hope and courage, friendship and love connect with our deepest human longings. Whether we identify with the plight of a lost fish or the adventures of toys, bugs or cars, Pixar's characters help us build our own character, with the kind of virtue that we want for ourselves and those around us. Insightfully exploring each of Pixar's movies, this book is a friendly companion for fans, parents and church leaders. Discover how the imagination of Pixar can awaken in you a Christian vision for a moral life and a better society.
David Ian Salter, A.C.E., is an Eddie-Award-nominated film editor, best known for his pioneering work in computer-animated feature films. Salter joined the young Pixar Animation Studios in January of 1996, just over a month
after the studio had released the world's first animated feature (the first Toy Story). As Second Editor on Pixar's second feature film, A Bug's Life, Salter became one of a
handful of editors redefining the craft of editing for the then-new medium of computeranimated features. Salter's next task was leading the editorial crew through the reboot of Toy Story 2. When Pixar became aware that the sequel had run into creative trouble, Salter was the first crew member tasked with helping to save the foundering production, an effort that would eventually see virtually the entire studio jumping aboard to completely remake the film in one-third of the normal time. His work on Finding Nemo garnered Salter an American Cinema Editors' Eddie Award nomination in the category of Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical. Following Nemo, Salter was recruited personally by Jeffrey Katzenberg to join DreamWorks Animation as a director. During his time at DreamWorks, Salter developed
a number of projects, including the Shrek Christmas special, Shrek the Halls, which he also directed through pre-production. During this time, he also served as an editorial
consultant on the Aardman feature Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Salter has also worked in episodic television, commercials, and even video games. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
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