RSA Animate: The Truth About Dishonesty

February 27, 2013 -

This video from the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) is priceless, even if you don't agree with its premise on morality and honesty. There's even a small bit about file-sharing in there. Enjoy it - it was unearthed by occasional "video games aren't art" film critic Roger Ebert.


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I saw this a while back, an OHL official posted it somewhere defending his actions in a real mess of a bad call (called a penalty on the wrong team but correct number, causing an issue where the penalized player wasn't present. Instead of correcting the mistake, the team's coaching staff was ejected for failing to produce the penalized player and had to serve two concurrent 5 minute penalties during overtime).

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Hilarious.  Not so much for that team though, I bet...

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I highly suggest anyone to look through the RSA videos on youtube (animated or not).  They have some really good discussions on good topics.  Some do kinda go on for a long time, but if you find one on a topic you find mildly interesting, they are usually very good.

There are only 10 types of people in this world, people who know binary and people who don't.

Re: RSA Animate: The Truth About Dishonesty

That was a pretty interesting video.  Although the nitpicker in me cringed at every typo (there are quite a few...).  Still, kind of a neat way to make a lecture visual.

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