- Ben Lillie
- New York, NY
- United States
Co-founder and Director, The Story Collider
Lets each record one second every day!
At the TED Full Spectrum auditions, Cesar Kuriyama talked about One Second Everyday, where he collects a one-second video each day, and is editing them together. By age 80, he'll have a 5-hour video of his life.
It's an extraordinary way to summarize, and get perspective on his life, and also a way to examine and get perspective: what are we doing every day?
He encouraged everyone to do it, a lot of people have said they will. I know I want to.
So, how do we do it? Are there good free tools? Ideas for organizing, and making the process simple and habitual?
Ideas for what to shoot? How to select the second to use for that day?