I hope you guys enjoy this video of me exploring the Singapore Botanical Gardens. I still have a lot of improvements to make before these videos are on the level of quality I am looking for. Just little changes like holding the camera in landscape v. portrait orientation make such a big difference. Your comments, feedback and suggestions are always welcome and appreciated!
Watch me meander confused through one of the swankiest hotels in Singapore and catch up with an old college friend on the rooftop bar. Abrupt ending unfortunately, I am still getting used to narrating to myself in front of my phone while others watch!
When I learned that my classmate at the University of Cape Town, Vincent, was the chief engineer for a biomass powerplant in South Africa, I had to see it for myself. In this video we visit his place of work to see how electricity can be made from the waste produced when sugarcane gets turned into sugar. This is the kind of thing that really gets me going.
I can definitely say this was one of the best times I’ve ever had! Mzoli’s of Cape Town: the sound is terrible, but I really want to do more of this kind of thing, reviewing a really great and unique business that people in the USA don’t get to see every day.
If you are interested in business, how can you not be interested in seeing some of the most unique businesses in the world?
Before I left for Singapore, I got to stay with my friend Brian in Chicago for a few days. Brian was one of my best friends at Georgetown so it was really great to catch up with him. Always the independent spirit, Brian works for himself as a day-trader of commodities futures. Check out this little peek into his world.
Check out this interview I did with Shakir Ramsey at Cornell. Shakir and I bonded a lot during our trip to China and Hong Kong, so when he asked me to do an interview for his interview series, Ramsey Speaks TV, I was only too excited to say yes.