Peace! I'm Sean M Aaron. I'm a photographer, visual artist, writer, cyclist, and a content producer at Carrot Creative — a Vice company.

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The Lion Whisperer
Jan 11, 2014
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“Kevin Richardson is known as the lion whisperer, and I think that term is perfectly accurate. He has literally made himself part of a pride of lions, as well as a group of hyenas. Watch Kevin hug, cuddle and play with these wild predators.”

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Disruptive Technology & the Internet Economy
Dec 20, 2013
Filed under Found It

“One of the amazing things about the internet economy is how different the list of top internet properties today looks from the list ten years ago. It wasn’t as if those former top companies were complacent – most of them acquired and built products like crazy to avoid being displaced.”

The reason big new things sneak by incumbents is that the next big thing always starts out being dismissed as a “toy.” This is one of the main insights of Clay Christensen’s “disruptive technology” theory. This theory starts with the observation that technologies tend to get better at a faster rate than users’ needs increase. From this simple insight follows all kinds of interesting conclusions about how markets and products change over time.”

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Michael Che Mocks Gentrification In NYC’s Lower East Side
Nov 16, 2013
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“Michael Che, one of New York City’s funniest stand-up comics and a native of the Lower East Side, takes a look at how his neighborhood has changed over the years. For instance, back when he was growing up, no one had a brand preference for bottled water.”

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Kelly McGarry Red Bull Rampage 2013
Oct 25, 2013
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“Kelly McGarry flips a 72-foot-long canyon gap at Red Bull Rampage 2013 to earn a 2nd place finish.”

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NASA releases images of Pakistan’s ‘Earthquake Island’ — RT News
Oct 01, 2013
Filed under Article, Found It, Images

“Amidst the destruction caused by the devastating earthquake in Pakistan that killed more than 500 people, a new island emerged from the depth of the sea. NASA has released images of the newly formed islet.”

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This Is A $200K Jet Pack That You Can Buy In Two Years
Oct 01, 2013
Filed under Article, Found It

“A few things come to mind at the mention of a jet pack.

The Jetsons come first, and then this hilarious video, in which Fox 5 News embarrasses itself with a water-propelled jet pack. But what if I told you that we’re about a year away from the first legitimately available jet pack for sale?”

“It’s true. Martin Jetpack, a New Zealand-based company, has just revealed the latest prototype of its jet pack, which is promised to be available in mid-2014. Though the name suggests otherwise, the P12 Jetpack is actually propelled by ducted fans, powered by premium gas.”

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NASA to launch 3-D printer into space
Oct 01, 2013
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“NASA is preparing to launch a 3-D printer into space next year, a toaster-sized game changer that greatly reduces the need for astronauts to load up with every tool, spare part or supply they might ever need.
The printers would serve as a flying factory of infinite designs, creating objects by extruding layer upon layer of plastic from long strands coiled around large spools.”

“In NASA labs, engineers are 3-D printing small satellites that could shoot out of the Space Station and transmit data to earth, as well as replacement parts and rocket pieces that can survive extreme temperatures.”

“Any time we realize we can 3-D print something in space, it’s like Christmas,” said inventor Andrew Filo, who is consulting with NASA on the project. “You can get rid of concepts like rationing, scarce or irreplaceable.””

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Guy Finds His House Plumbed With Beer
Sep 18, 2013
Filed under Found It, Video

“Kegs of beer have been plumbed into every tap in the house, with loads of cameras to catch the action.”

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