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Alright, if you’re a regular reader, my guess is you know all about the latest iPhone 7 Apple introduced yesterday. That’s not the point of this post. Rather I want to introduce you to self-made tech reporter Marques Brownlee. I love this kid’s hustle.
As you can tell from the video included with this post, Marques is talented. He’s got the gear for shooting great footage, and he knows how to edit. He has used his YouTube channel to garner over 3.6 million followers. That among other things got him press access to yesterday’s Apple event. If you want to check out more of his stuff, check out his YouTube channel or follow him on Twitter.
Elastic Pictures and JAOPRO produced this Star Wars themed opener for this year’s Knoxville ADDY Awards. If you’re from the area, you’ll enjoy seeing the Empire ransack our city.
If you’ve ever been to a University of Tennessee sporting event, you’ve seen illustrator Danny Wilson‘s talent on display. Such iconic designs as the Thompson Boling Arena court and the artwork on UT Football season tickets are Danny’s handiwork. This past Sunday, my church shared this video about some artwork Danny created as a part of our series on The Book of John.
In case you didn’t get to see this tribute to Zaevion Dobson before Super Bowl 50, here it is.
Wow! Is this thing up to code?