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Video: I gotta hand it to ya

HERE’S A FUN LOOK at some handy drawings.

Amazing what a creative mind can do with just four fingers and a thumb—oh…and the rest of the hand, too!

Take a look here...and enjoy!

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‘For unto us a child is born…’ | The London Symphony Orchestra

THIS ONE REQUIRES NO INTRODUCTION…

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Carol of the Bells…like you’ve never seen or heard it before

THIS IS A WONDERFUL TREAT. It’s Christmas Eve…take a four-minute break. Follow the link to YouTube…sit back, turn up the volume and glory in what you are about to see and hear.

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Ringing in the holidays

YOU’LL ONLY SEE THIS COMMERCIAL a couple of times during the holidays. But you can come here and enjoy it…whenever!

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A Christmas Treat from the Celtic Women

WONDERFUL ARRANGEMENT of “The Carol of the Bells.” But there’s another that’s even better…comin’ at ya soon.

So do you wonder, like I do, if she’s REALLY playing that fiddle while run/jumping around the stage? Just a question.

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A Holiday goodie, Trans-Siberian style

POSTING GIFTS ALL WEEK leading up to Christmas on Saturday, so please remember to check daily.

Today, Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s Christmas Canon Rock. Enjoy!

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Palindromic video on publishing

DESIGNER ANNE CLARK sends along this video for us to consider. It speaks to us…well, you’ll have to see it for yourself.

FROM ANNE:

“Hi Ed,

I frequently go through John August’s blog (http://johnaugust.com/). He’s a screenwriter of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish and other films, and the blog gives great writing tips, plus posts on interesting publishing and film topics.

Recently, August posted this link on the publishing biz, and I thought you’d really enjoy it. The video is about 2½ minutes long and pretty dang clever.”

Yes, it is clever—and the kind of video that makers you want to view it at least a few times.

Thanks, Anne!

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