When Max Schneider was featured on the Daily BR!NK, we were excited that he was nuzzling up next to Madonna on a Dolce & Gabbana ad campaign. These days, it seems he’s found a new outlet for his smiles on a Nick television show, “How to Rock.” Hear him talk about the show in this interview on nick.com.
BR!NKer Jason Yang got some love from Wired this week thanks to his rendition of the Skyrim theme song on violin:
The release of Skyrim was a videogame event late last year. But when Los Angeles-based musician Jason Yang uploaded his violin cover of the RPG’s theme song, it became a YouTube event — his rendition has tallied just under 800,000 views, and is spotlighted on Skyrim developer Bethesda’s official blog.
To hear more about Jason’s work, check out his profile on Daily BR!NK.
This gorgeous manifesto, The Future Belongs to the Curious, comes from Skillshare, an organization that aims “to transform education by empowering teaching and democratizing learning.”
They’re project is a different approach to the ideologies espoused by Thiel Fellow and BR!NKer Dale Stephens who founded UnCollege as “a social movement challenging the notion that going to college is the only path to success.”
We interviewed Elaine Carroll/Mary-Kate awhile back after Season 2 of Very Mary Kate. As of last week, the web series is back with a much-needed Season 3! Check out the first episode, “Raise Your Hand,” here.
Previous BR!NKer Eden Full was recently featured on Mashable’s list of top entrepreneurs! Read her interview with the Clean Energy Champion here.
I’m interested to hear about your respective childhoods. You both wanted to be actresses from a very early age, correct?
Elaine: I decided I wanted to be an actress when I was seven. This decision was based on how badly I wanted to be on the show, Full House.
MK: I also decided I wanted to be an actress around the time I was seven. My decision was based on the fact that I’d been an actress for seven years.
Elaine Carroll, Comedian/Skinnier Comedian