You know, I can complicate anything. I didn’t have a blog post yesterday because I had written so much, I didn’t have the time to edit and organize it, much less find images for it. Today is simple. How much disposable stuff is imposed on us? Receipts? Flyers? Napkins? Bags? Packaging? Junk mail? Magazines? There’s a lot, although many retailers are now asking, “Would you like a receipt?” or “Would you like a bag?” YES! They get it. Continue reading
My video is finally done and available! Click here to watch it.
This stop motion video project was created for a contest that AT&T is doing through zooppa.com. Here’s the concept, as posted on AT&T’s site.
The AT&T Simplify Your Life video contest is a chance for you to make your own video about AT&T’s Online Services, such as Paperless Billing, Account Management, AutoPay, and Online Support. Each of these services can help to make life simpler.
The concept is to stay out of the trees, meaning the phone trees and paper trees, and to use the AT&T online services. To see a blog post on how it was made, check out jodywissing.com.
I decided to do this contest because I liked the theme, simplify your life. In trash society world, that means be green, have less stuff and utilize our resources. It was easy to make a video about that! And I’ve always wanted to use my old phones in a stop motion video. No new paper was harmed in the making of this video. As for the junk mail…