Right after I had a long, wet climb up Hai Van Pass, I descended into Da Nang and had to navigate through this traffic.
Cycling in Vietnam is a lot like a video game. There’s a lot of opposing objects moving at different speeds as you go through an intersection. If there’s someone moving really fast and confidantly, you have to give way. But if someone shows hesitation, you pounce and move forward.
Unfortunately, this video doesn’t capture everything that’s going on in the periphery.
A few friends and I are making a movie every month. We’re sort of competing against two other teams — one from Baltimore and the other from New Jersey. There’ll be a new set of requirements each month. Since this is the first month, it was pretty soft — just do an intro.
So Peter, Matt, and I did Friendly Matters. It’s a sitcom based on reality.
Video evidence of a Windows 3.1 Launch Party from October 1992. This segment highlights the Photo Wizard that came bundled with Windows 3.1. The VHS was excavated from a time capsule and released 17 years after its creation, As the tape confirms, celebrating the release of a new Windows operating system with a “launch party” is a time-honored tradition. Although it’s an old idea, the Windows party is as lively as ever.
Special thanks to Kevin O’Leary for filming, and Ian Corey for the Photo Wizard screen shots.