MOVIE-IN-A-BOOK™ 2017

Video-Enhanced Learning for the iPhone, iPad, Mac & More




HELP CREATE A KINDER WORLD
(2017) is a Movie-in-a-Book™ featuring 13 video clips from the ONE HEART-ONE SPIRIT movie. The movie inspires us all to be more humane and take better care of each other and take better care of the Earth. This is the essence of indigenous wisdom around the world. We are all connected. We are all related. We are one human family. Available on the iBookStore for free. Download the free PDF at createkinderworld.org.

HELP CREATE A KINDER WORLD is also available as a video-driven course at iTunes University in the Indigenous Studies section: Your Guide to Indigenous Wisdom. Download the iTunes U app here. Learn more about John's Movie-in-a-Book™ process here >






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Get More Creative! Be A Better Soloist!

Berklee Professor Fred Lipsius Uses Online Video to Teach Students and Professionals Alike How To Be Great Improvisers: Freddy’s Guide To Creative Improvisation. The Online Training also includes a 188pg PDF of the Printed Book.

“Freddy's Guide To Creative Improvisation is an original and exciting method for teaching what is almost unteachable: the art of improvisation. A well thought-out and balanced approach.”
-- Adam Holzman, keyboardist for Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Grover Washington and Faculty member of the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music.

"An eminently usable reference from a brilliant cat!”
-- Paul Shaffer, Musical Director of the Late Show with
David Letterman

"This is one of, if not, the most comprehensive book on improvisation that I have yet encountered. The student (or professional) is led systematically into getting beyond the rote learning of patterns and cliches, into understanding the spontaneity and creativity that is true jazz improvisation.”
-- Randy Brecker, trumpet player with The Brecker Brothers, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Steely Dan,
Charles Mingus, Bruce Springsteen, Frank Zappa and many more.

“Fred Lipsius has written a clear and comprehensive study
on the art of improvisation.”

-- Eddie Gomez, bassist for Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman,
Herbie Hancock and many more.

Freddy’s Guide To Creative Improvisation features Berklee College of Music professor Fred Lipsius, a two-time Grammy Award-winning musician and original band member of Blood, Sweat & Tears. The complete program is available now at FreddysGuide.com for the introductory price of $49. Included is one full year of 24/7 access to over 300 video clips of Fred Lipsius teaching from his innovative book Freddy's Guide to Creative Improvisation. It is also available in a 3-disc DVD set ($99.99) and spiral bound book ($29.99).

For more information, visit Freddy’s Guide To Creative Improvisation





  The Common Thread That Binds Us - The Wisdom of Diversity & Inclusion by Kenneth Little Hawk and Beverly Miller is a collection of Native American stories, inspirational quotes, and photos that celebrate diversity and inclusion. Published by Eternal Ways.











"The essential lesson of Reawaken is that we are all possessed of genius, it is innate within us. We simply need to reawaken to that reality and begin to spread our genius around to improve our lives and the state of the whole world."

- Perry Vayo, Media Producer



 






NOW AVAILABLE for the iPad, iPhone, Mac, and in Print!

REAWAKEN is an inspirational movie about opening your heart and expanding your mind (released in 2011). This enhanced iBook for the iPad takes the message of the movie to a higher and deeper level.

John created the Movie-in-a-Book™ format to expand on the message of the REAWAKEN and provide the viewer/reader with more knowledge and wisdom. By promoting optimism, compassion, and hopefulness, the REAWAKEN Movie-in-a-Book™ demonstrates how to recognize the spiritual genius within each one of us, and tap into the limitless inner potential we all possess by increasing our creativity, intuition, and laughter every day. By connecting with our inner genius, we become increasingly helpful to family, friends, co-workers and the world-at-large. Is there anything more important?

The Movie-in-a-Book™ for the iPad contains 33 video clips, over 30,000 words, and 220 images. The Movie-in-a-Book™ features additional video clips of Native American storyteller, Ken Little Hawk, along with Grammy Award-winning Blood, Sweat and Tears musician, Fred Lipsius; Writer/Editor, Deborah Brown; Entrepreneur Boat Builder, Gene Carletta; Energy Medicine Healer, Susan Stone; and Master Wood Craftsman and Guitarist, Jim Markham.

Open your heart. Expand your mind. Love and laughter connects us all!

Email John directly if you would like to schedule an interview: john@eternalways.com










 

In 1999, iCAST was a $100 million multimedia venture funded by Internet giant CMGi. It was an amazing time in history because the web was still very young and technologies such as flash animation and streaming video were just beginning to develop. With iCAST, John was a strategic player in both flash and video, as well as serving as a Senior Art Director. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE...











 
JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO (1999)

Award-wining Online Video & Flash Website Site produced by John's team
when Zinezone.com was converting to
the $100 million iCAST.com venture.

The site was one of the first in history to feature streaming video within a flash-based website. It was designed to promote the VHS and DVD Boxed set called "THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW WITH JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO." Lennon and Ono took over the Mike Douglas Show for one week in 1972. Rhino records had been selling the VHS/DVD set since 1998. It is now out of print, but you can see parts of it on YouTube below and buy it on Ebay.








 


Between 1992-1994, the Microsoft Home Division commisioned many CD-ROM products. John worked on two of them by providing digital video, animation, and graphics for a Scientific American project, "The Planets," and digital video and animation playback for "The Ultimate Frank Lloyd Wright." CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE...








 




CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY about how John won the $100,000 Multimedia Design Contest hosted by McGraw-Hill in 1993.










 





In the early 1990's, John delivered many multimedia projects and presentations for Fortune 500 companies such as Bear Stearns, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, American Express, and Chase Manhattan. However, the more exciting projects were always coming from the high tech and media sector firms such as Sony, Time Warner, and Canon. CLICK HERE TO SEE SOME OF JOHN'S INTERACTIVE DESIGNS...

















































               
In 1987, John's first company, Applied Imagination, got its start when HyperCard was announced by Apple Computer. John and his brilliant partner, Tom Tafuto, used HyperCard to create the world's first interactive guide to New York City... and it fit on a single floppy disc! It was a complete guide with restaurants, hotels, entertainment, and subway information down to the street level in every neighborhood of the Big Apple. It was such a compelling example of what HyperCard could do that Apple hired Applied Imagination to give presentations to educators all over the tri-state area. Telephone giant, NYNEX, installed it as an interactive kiosk in the newly opened Jacob Javits Center. John loved HyperCard! It was WAY ahead of its time.

Most people don't know that HyperCard was the precursor to the Internet with hyperlinking and simple programming. It did not require a degree in computer science and it directly inspired HTTP and Javascript. The HyperCard pointing-finger cursor used for navigation was also used for the web's first browsers. The inventor of Wikis (wikipedia, etc), Ward Cunningham, said the wiki concept can be traced back to his first Hypercard stack in the late '80's. Eternal thanks go to HyperCard creator, Bill Atkinson, who was also the programming genius behind MacPaint and Quickdraw (that's Bill sitting to the right of a very young Steve Jobs with the first Macintosh computer in 1984).

Below is the cover of the innovative, oversized HyperCard brochure designed by the legendary Creative Director of Apple, Clement Mok. It's simple message was: "The human mind works by association. So why don't computers?" Sheer genius.