Here to Help - Series Trailer
Our Here to Help series features deep dive conversations with CEO Chris Hyams and leaders throughout Indeed on responding to COVID-19. Every episode tells the story of how they and their teams adapt to the complexities of working at home, while guiding us through the challenges of the pandemic. To learn more or find additional resources please visit https://go.indeed.com/heretohelp-series and keep an eye out for more episodes in this series. Stay safe.
Who We Are | RigUp
Work with us! https://www.rigup.com/careers/ ----- The time has come to create better technology for our energy workforce. At RigUp, we’re creating the largest marketplace in the North American energy industry and the solutions to enable companies to scale faster than ever before. Our vision is simple. We are united by a common mission to deliver technology that fundamentally changes how people in the energy industry work. We exist to empower the people who power the world. The skilled workforce of the energy industry has been historically ignored by technology. We're here to change that.
RigUp Trailblazer: Contractor Ross Setchell
At RigUp, we live for the opportunity to get to know our customers, and witness firsthand how our solutions empower the people who power our world™. That’s why we’re excited to shine a spotlight on RigUp Trailblazers, customers who are helping us pave the way for a brighter tomorrow in the energy industry and beyond. Meet Ross Setchell, the first of many RigUp Trailblazers we’re excited to introduce you to this year. We recently had the amazing opportunity to visit Ross and his beautiful family in rural Bridgeport, WV. Ross is with RigUp because his client, like many operators, chooses to bill through RigUp exclusively. This decision works out great for Ross and his family because Ross now takes home more money and gets paid significantly faster than ever before. With traditional consulting firms, Ross was waiting anywhere from two to four weeks to get paid, and was paying split rates as high as 30%. Through RigUp, Ross only pays a 6% split rate, and gets paid within five days of job sheet approval. Oftentimes, Ross takes advantage of our NextDay Pay offering, which is very helpful for his family’s budget. Ross’ wife is a wedding photographer. She and their three children depend on Ross’ income to help provide for the family. We’re proud to have Ross depend on RigUp for the best, fastest pay in the energy industry – as well as the full transparency and support he deserves. View Ross’ story here, and stay tuned for more RigUp Trailblazer videos throughout 2020.
CALIFORNIA COLLAPSE by Lance Breakfast *** MUSIC VIDEO ***
Director - Sam Wainwright Douglas Effects - Stephen H. Fishman (macandcheez.com) Filmed at Spiderwood Studios in Elgin, TX lancebreakfast.bandcamp.com 'California Collapse' by Lance Breakfast I was sired in the Livermore Lab Beneath the Ponderosa Tree My blood's bluer than a Baltimore crab I'll take you to San Simeon to see (x2) They took a vote at the Bohemian Grove Between the Kennedy and me Condoleezza said to me- and I quote: You've got the finest head of hair I've ever seen (x2) My Daddy did a dance called the California Collapse And baby here's how it goes you see you put the- You put the water where the water does not be- (x2) You put the water where the water does not belong
Barracuda -- Exclusive Trailer
Merle (Allison Tolman, FX's "Fargo") finds her life beginning to splinter when Sinaloa (newcomer Sophie Reid), the musician half-sister she never knew existed, appears on her doorstep in Texas. Initially distrustful of this enigmatic woman, a bond quickly forms between the two. As Merle allows her half-sister into her life, Sinaloa reveals a quiet fury through her music, and her fierce attachment begins to place Merle's career aspirations, her relationship to her mother, and even her impending marriage, in jeopardy. Merle fights to keep her world together while Sinaloa's increasingly intense and erratic behavior threatens to erupt into something darker.
THROUGH THE REPELLENT FENCE - Documentary Feature
THROUGH THE REPELLENT FENCE follows art collective Postcommodity as they construct Repellent Fence, a two-mile long outdoor artwork that straddled the U.S.-Mexico border. Postcommodity consists of three Native American artists who put land art in a tribal context. In 2015 the artists worked with communities on both sides to install a series of 28 huge inflatable spheres emblazoned with an insignia known as the “open eye” that has existed in Indigenous cultures from South America to Canada for thousands of years. The artwork crossed the border a mile in each direction and symbolized a suture stitching back together cultures that have inhabited the land long before borders were drawn. THROUGH THE REPELLENT FENCE is an adventure in the artistic process blended with a road trip of discovery visiting sites and diverse perspectives to explore how land art can generate community interaction and perceptual shifts in how we interpret, engage and draw inspiration from our natural world.
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