One day I woke up, turned on the TV and experienced something amazing, a commercial by Angie’s List that focused on different “Reasons” for joining the Angie’s List service. I realized this was “shout it from the mountain top” kind of opportunity to share my own adlibbed reasons for joining Angie’s List and another Thinkpierce Video was born…check it out!
Thinkpierce returns with a video that will knock your vehicles ball joints out of socket: Zonk’s Auto Repair!
Jonathan Pierce, Jeremy Ambrose and Jason White team up to create a wrestling spoof that will be hard to erase from your memory… Thinkpierce, Something New Every Friday!
Two weeks ago it was time for an Art page overhaul, and this week it was the Video page’s turn. I recently had come up with a “logo stamp” to put on the beginning and ending of each video. The 1st video I edited it into was the release of the river dance video. Next came the “Knights in tights” video. After the release of that video, I decided it really needed to be on all the videos. To do this, I had to delete nearly all the current videos and re-edit them with the new beginning and ending. That’s what this past week has been all about. I think you’ll like the changes. In addition each video now has it’s own title image that introduces the upcoming content you’re about to see. This also means my youtube view count on most all of my videos went back down to zero! But I felt the new changes were worth a more informative viewing experience in the long run. Read More
If there were one facet of Thinkpierce that best represented who we are and what we do, it would be Thinkpierce TV. My dad say’s it best in saying that if there was something happening in my life, I was somehow getting it on video. As a result, I’ve built up a large collection of VHS tapes, DV tapes, hi-8 tapes, and DVD’s loaded with footage that included anything from live performances, sketch comedy, scenes of unfinished films, music, break dancing, to total randomness. In 2010, I focused on converting it all in to my computer and after countless hours of capturing and logging footage I now have it all organized in hard drives under a folder that could only be named one thing; Thinkpierce TV. Read More