A few awesome things I discovered today: Eric Whitacre, the writer and creator of the "Sleep Project" I showed you last week, is doing another one with his piece, Lux Aurumque. It is a beautiful song which I had the pleasure of performing with a choir I was in a few years ago, and you can bet I will be submitting a video to participate this time around! I recommend you do the same if you are a singer inspired by that first video he put together. You can find out the details here.
Mr. Whitacre also shared these two videos that I found extremely enjoyable as well, so here they are for your viewing enjoyment.
First, a cute little girl turned into an electronic music project.
Next, a music video (I'm guessing it's Japanese, but I'm not sure...), in which there is amazing choreography using webcams. It doesn't matter if you have no idea what the words say.
With that, think of me getting up very early tomorrow morning and running my little heart out for 3.1 miles, then (hopefully) waiting for my mom and niece to finish. Should be a nice day, it isn't predicted to be very hot, and cool-ish is ideal for running.
World's oldest man dies
at one hundred thirteen; vet
active till the end.
Homeless paid to hold
spots in Capitol Hill lines
for lobbyists? Hmm.
kills woman at 14th stage
of Tour de France...oops.