Review of WeVideo from Primal Video

Justin Brown at Primal Video loves WeVideo

Until quite recently, Online Video Editors had a long way to go to compete with even the most basic desktop video editing software. But with faster internet speeds (and enough development cycles) they’re starting to catch up!

These days there are some solid options for editing video online, and the benefits of these cloud video editing options can be huge – for the right people…

WeVideo is one of the leading online video editing software options, and after putting it through its paces, Justin covers his thoughts and experiences in this WeVideo Review.

Check out Justin Brown's excellent review at PrimalVideo

Being mentally ill: the new normal?

One of the consequences of the widespread promotion of mental-health catastrophism is that being mentally ill is fast becoming the new normal. This is especially true among mental-health proponents’ main target: the young. Indeed, over the past couple of decades there has been a constant stream of reports and publications claiming that children and young people have never been as anxious, depressed and insecure as they are today. Hence among the media and policymakers, the narrative of a ‘generation in crisis’ has firmly taken hold.  Of course, a sense of alienation and existential insecurity has long characterised being young, from the Romantics to the Beats. What has changed, however, is that youthful angst and insecurity has both been medicalised and, increasingly, inflated. 

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100-Year-Old Colour Portraits Of New York Immigrants

Here are just a handful of the 12 million men, women, and children who arrived at Ellis Island, New York, between 1892 and 1954 to start a new life in the USA, often dressed in their finest clothes...
The photographs were taken between 1906 and 1914 by amateur photographer Augustus Francis Sherman, the chief registry clerk at Ellis Island, then the country’s busiest immigration station...
Photo colourisation specialists at Dynamichrome have put painstaking work into bringing these photos to vivid life by adding colour, using historical references to help pinpoint the exact colours, including postcards from the era, and colour photographers from a later date.


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The Islamophobic attacks you don't hear about

Incidents of ‘Islamophobia’ are really getting out of hand in Britain. In fact there has been such a wave of attacks that it’s amazing that politicians and commentators across the political spectrum, (not to mention all those supposed ‘anti-fascist’ groups) aren’t grand-standing like crazy. Perhaps their problem is that this wave of attacks does not consist of people writing nasty and mean things on Twitter, but of Muslims killing other Muslims and still other Muslims extolling such killings.

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