Published on Nov 21, 2012 by NationalGeographic
The post-Katrina drug culture of New Orleans is revealed.
Watch a variety of people feign a variety of emotions. Illustrates a range of nonverbal communication.
Spinner: Nifty video director Carl Burgess plundered the Getty Image archives for commercial B-roll stock footage. For creepy smiles and catchy beats, check out Ratatat’s new video.
Also a justification for showing multimedia in the classroom.
Host Ira Glass reveals that he didn’t initially believe anything could be gained by bringing “This American Life” to television. It wasn’t until he started to see early location footage that he realized something: actually seeing the people interviewed added an entirely new emotional dynamic that radio couldn’t achieve on its own.
|Marc Maron – Bipolar Coaster|
“My dad is actually a manic depressive, which is very exciting half the time.”
“Listen, I tell you what, call me when you’re crying, okay? Don’t kill yourself, I love you, bye-bye.”