Results for: bubs Search Results
Family Filter:
4:50
HyveUp produces short video interviews of Founders/Officers from Web 2.0 startups. brian Solis is the Managing Editor of Bub.blicio.us, a blog that covers the social events of the Web 2.0 industry.
22 May 2008
111
Share Video

3:57
Bub Bass Monster: Ragga a Csodaszarvasrol
25 May 2009
166
Share Video

0:40
http://www.yellowpages.com.au/qld/morningside/bubs-n-grubs-baby-shop-13815605-listing.html?context=businessNameSearch&referredBy=YOL Bubs N Grubs located in Morningside is an excellent choice if you are looking for baby prams or baby furniture. To learn more call 07 3902 1350, visit us at Unit 4/229 Junction Road, Morningside, QLD, 4170 or check the url above.
4 Jan 2011
217
Share Video

2:33
farewell wee birdy
30 Oct 2008
339
Share Video

4:00
fun at the pool and a very helpful young girl
25 Feb 2009
846
Share Video

2:11
Here is a lovely Little Bloke that i got to Photograph here in Canberra Australia Recently--- Wait for the smiles from him!!!!
6 Mar 2009
339
Share Video

3:23
Download: http://www.fileserve.com/file/8zGjfuz
7 Sep 2010
189
Share Video

2:11
http://www.docfilm.com - THE TREE OF LIFE (29 min) is the only complete film on the Volador (flyer) ritual of the Totonac Indians of Mexico. The Tree Of Life grows In the Land of Mystery: There we were created; There we were born. There He by whom all things live Spins the thread of our lives. "Los Voladores" (the Flyers) is a 1500 year-old rite sacred to Quetzalcoatl, the Morning Star. From its origins on the Gulf coast of Mexico, the ritual spread throughout Mesoamerica: a special square was reserved for it in Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital, and a variant is still known among the Quiche' Maya in Guatemala. Today "Los Voladores" is best known in its original home in the Huasteca region, especially among the Totonac, who have lived in the area for millenia. The version shown in the film is from Huehuetla, in the Sierra Norte de Puebla. The film opens with images from the Nuttall, Laud, and other Codices. Narration is provided by "pre-conquest" Nahuatl verse from Texcoco. At the home of the Volador Captain, we watch the preparation of the characteristic seven-branched wax candles, crowned with a representation of the Volador pole (a mayordomia obligation, part of the cargo system). Intercut with the candle-making, children learn the ritual of the Voladores by re-enacting it from start to finish. In the forest, the Voladores bless the tree chosen for the rite. The tree is felled and dragged by 300 men along mule trails into the village, where it is wrapped with vines and raised entirely by hand to its new place in the churchyard. Preparations are completed as the Voladores bring the hub, the sacred symbol of dynamic change (Olin), from its place at their home altar, set it on the tip of the pole, and thread the ropes which will bear them on their flight carefully through the hub and around the pole. Dressed in costumes drawn from 18th-century European models, the Voladores join the statue of San Salvador, the Risen Savior, in the fiesta procession. As the capitan of the Voladores dances on the narrow bub, high above the flagstones, other dance groups perform: Huehues, Quetzales, San Migueles, and Negritos. Then the Voladores descend head down, arms spread, in a slow spiral, to the sound of drum and flute... Combining ritual, dance, music, poetry, and art, "THE TREE OF LIFE" is a meditation on the mystery at the heart of human life. It calls us to keep the world in balance with our lives. You have become the Tree of Life. Dying, you have been born again. Swaying, you spread your branches And stand before the Giver of all life. In your boughs our home shall be: We will be your flowers. Awards: First Prize, Festival of Films on Native Americans (Mexico); First Prize, International Festival on Culture & Psychiatry; First Prize, The American Film Festival; CINE Golden Eagle; Berlin & London Film Festivals, Musee de l'Homme, Smithsonian, Walker, MOMA, Museo Nacional de Antropologia. TV: US (PBS), Germany (ZDF), Japan (NHK), Sweden, Spain (RTE), and Mexico (Note - the Volador ritual is performed as a religious ritual, for free, in dozens of villages in Mexico, not just in Papantla!)
29 Dec 2006
4187
Share Video

6:54
The Grandson Of The "Plane That Started It ALL" With all the hub-bub about fuel prices, Cirrus design's thriftier SR20 is getting LOTS of second looks form pilots who KNOW that the fuel price problem is not likely to go away any time soon. The advent of a much upgraded version of the SR20... a "Third generation" bird is even more reason to get excited about the "bird that started the revolution." Cirrus Chairman and CEO Alan Klapmeier remarked that, "When the SR20 was certified in 1998, it literally shook up the whole industry and put us on the map," he said. "Until then, we were thought of as a kit manufacturer, but when the industry took note of the SR20's incredible design as well as its many innovations and safety features, they knew we were a force to be reckoned with. Soon, other manufacturers started to copy us." Klapmeier added, "With the 2008 SR20, we've designed a plane that will satisfy most everyone - whether they're a beginning student, an experienced pilot looking for personal transportation, or a flight training center wanting to expand their operation. For 10 years, the SR20 has won a loyal following of satisfied pilots. And now, this airplane will satisfy the needs of a whole new generation of pilots." Cirrus (Then) Interim Vice President of Sales, John Gauch said he's especially proud of the SR20's reengineered wing, designed with a new carbon-fiber spar that reduces the airplane's overall weight and provides an outstanding strength-to-weight ratio. He also noted that many new features were added to the SR20 without adding any weight. "Due to the larger wing on the new SR20, we've been able to increase the useful load, so pilots can take more with them wherever they fly. We wanted the SR20 to be versatile, rugged, and technologically advanced, yet simple to fly and affordable to maintain. Our 2008 SR20 offers customers exceptional value, extraordinary safety features, and exquisite craftsmanship." The SR20's uses a Continental to produce 200-hp while a redesigned (and longer) wing gives pilots greater climb performance than ever before. Cirrus notes that, "The plane boasts a spacious 49-inch-wide cabin that will keep all occupants relaxed in an atmosphere of lavish ergonomic seating and a superior climate-controlled environment. Oversized doors allow for easy entry and exit, while the unique rear window brings in additional light to create a brighter, more comfortable ambient environment. Luxurious leather seats surround pilot and passengers, making even longer flights a relaxing experience." FMI: www.cirrusdesign.com Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
28 Mar 2008
895
Share Video

3:55
GetUp brings you The GetUp Mob's "From little things, big things grow" - some of the nation's best-known performers have come together to create a song that harnesses the momentum of February's apology to make sure 'sorry' is only the first step towards Indigenous equality. Track Information: Song featuring Paul Kelly, Kev Carmody, Urthboy, Missy Higgins, Mia Dyson, Radical Son, Jane Tyrell, Dan Sultan, Joel Wenitong and Ozi Batla. Film Clip featuring John Butler, Leah Purcell, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Ernie Dingo, Anthony Mundine and Matty Bowen. Purchasing this track will cost $1.69 but we encourage you to donate as much as you feel appropriate. All profits will go to GetUp's Reconciliation Fund and the following charity organisations: * Link Up * Mums and Bubs Program in Townsville. * Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience http://www.getup.org.au/campaign/MakeThisAHit&id=329
21 Apr 2008
1055
Share Video

2:58
GetUp brings you The GetUp Mob's "From little things, big things grow" - some of the nation's best-known performers have come together to create a song that harnesses the momentum of February's apology to make sure 'sorry' is only the first step towards Indigenous equality. Track Information: Song featuring Paul Kelly, Kev Carmody, Urthboy, Missy Higgins, Mia Dyson, Radical Son, Jane Tyrell, Dan Sultan, Joel Wenitong and Ozi Batla. Film Clip featuring John Butler, Leah Purcell, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Ernie Dingo, Anthony Mundine and Matty Bowen. Purchasing this track will cost $1.69 but we encourage you to donate as much as you feel appropriate. All profits will go to GetUp's Reconciliation Fund and the following charity organisations: * Link Up * Mums and Bubs Program in Townsville. * Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience http://www.getup.org.au/campaign/MakeThisAHit&id=329
26 May 2009
1057
Share Video

3:31
This video marks the return of my previous comedy team Bub L Rap! Its been five years since we last made a video! Lets get this show started! I just wish I did a better job on the special effects.
22 Apr 2008
327
Share Video

3:18
Patricia Handschiegel was the perfect combination of geek and chic at the TechSet in Hollywood, so we just had to snag her for an interview! Here she talks about her latest ventures since selling her company, StyleDiary, to Stylehive last year and gives out a few fashion tips too. For more go to http://bub.blicio.us
2 May 2008
490
Share Video

4:19
Bringing the TikiBar poolside! Our first interview from the TechSet at the Roosevelt Hotel's poolside was with Jeff Macpherson (aka Dr. Tiki) and his good friend Mike. Here we chatted with the guys about the show, whether or not they have real jobs, the recent explosion of video podcasts, and their new and extremely random shows in the works. See more at http://bub.blicio.us
5 May 2008
284
Share Video

3:11
Typically, Bub.blicio.us Editor Brian Solis prefers to stay behind the camera, but we caught him on tape poolside at the Roosevelt Hotel with TechSet co-host, Stephanie Agresta. Although she had just flown in from New York and was missing luggage, Stephanie never looked better as we chatted about the event and the others to come. For more go to http://bub.blicio.us
6 May 2008
134
Share Video

1:44
Saving a koala joey from his dead mother pouch. It is important to check any dead animals, as they can still be carrying young in their pouch. Pouches can be hard to get the joey out of, so very carefully cut the pouch (only if the animal is dead!) to remove the animal, or leave the joey in the pouch and take mum and bub to your nearest wildlife shelter or vet.
14 Jul 2008
7122
Share Video