Posts tagged: kids

Review: Star Wars Rogue One – Roller coaster ride from beginning to end

No Spoilers: On opening night, I took a crew of kids ranging from 8 to 18 to see Rogue One.. Going in, I loved the concept of learning the story behind how the rebels obtained the plans for the Death Star. I’ll start by saying that this is one of the darker of the Star […]

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Drill Sargent Gets Unexpected Answer from Sad Little Boy.

This may be one of the most heartbreaking YouTube videos I have ever seen.. Drill Sargent is trying to scare a 10 year old kid straight and gets a expected reply.. MUST WATCH!

Streetball Stereotypes

My son Noel in on an AAU basketball team, San Antonio Elite. To help push their game, they play pickup games against adults at a local park. After watching these games for a few weeks, I got a HUGE laugh at this video. I’ve seen EVERY SINGLE ONE of these stereotypes. Enjoy!

Saturday August 31st, 2013 in , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Why it’s Awesome to be a Nerd – By Wil Wheaton

Shortly after his run as Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Wil Wheaton joined the nerdiest company of all time, NewTek. At a recent convention, Will was asked “why it’s awesome to be a nerd” and gave this fantastic answer. Enjoy.. Proud to have him as a NewTek alum!

Chuck Muncie, NFL Legend and Livestreaming pioneer, dies at 60

Just found out some very sad news. A long time cool friend of NewTek, Chuck Muncie has passed away from a heart attack at 60 years old. Chuck was know for his BEASTLY running on the field. Punishing any DB that dared tackle him… I got to know Chuck for a much different reason.. He […]

“Those Tech Guys” interview me during DEMO 2011

Earlier this year during the DEMO conference I noticed a few high school kids running around with cameras.. After the second day they tracked me down and interviewed me about being an entrepreneur and TriCaster! Gotta love kids who have the guts to get press credentials for the Demo Conf!

Saturday November 12th, 2011 in , , , , , , | No Comments »

SXSW4JAPAN Live Webcast & Album to Support Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Effort

sxsw4japan on Powered by NewTek TriCaster In response to the devastation of the 9.0 earthquake on March 11th, which has left countless dead and homeless across Japan and the Pacific region, SXSW, NewTek, Livestream and HANSON are working together to rally support from the music industry for disaster relief. The flagship event, a 12-hour […]

SXSW Artists Come Together in Austin to Support Victims of Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami

A Livestream telethon spearheaded by HANSON and in partnership with SXSW has been organized by world class musicians gathered in Austin for the event. The hosted telethon was drawn together in a short 24 hour period through tremendous efforts from all involved, with the aim of offering assistance and support to victims of the magnitude […]

Texas takes aim at getting rid of naked scanners

I’m filing this one under the “Don’t Mess with Texas” category! Kudos to Rep. David Simpson (R-Longview) for filing HB 1938, with the goal of making it a civil penalty for anyone working in a locally owned airport to install or operate whole-body imaging equipment — “including a device that uses backscatter x-rays or millimeter […]

Death by a Thousand Cuts: TSA pats down topless young boy.

Al Qaeda has vowed to kill America with “Death by a Thousand Cuts”. Not a big attack but slowly chipping away at our freedoms and CHANGING America through small attacks. Guess what?! It’s working! When buying an airline ticket means forfeiting your rights, the terrorists have one. This video is a bit disturbing. It shows […]