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There's a line out there, "Good writers borrow, great writers steal."

T.S. Eliot had something there, but in order for someone to commandeer someone's creation and not be a plagaristic chump, they've gotta make it their own. Their own work must not only follow the blueprint, but while being inspired by what came before, that work should pay it forward and inspire those that may come across it down the line.

This is what I've come across, by scroll or suggestion, that motivates me to forego sleep in order to do something cool.

See something awesome, take the stuff you like from it and put your own twist on it...
Or just enjoy it and let it be. I think some other guy said that.


Less than a god, more than a man...

Travis Hawkes

One of, if not the first, edits I ever made was a Michael Jordan highlight. It was to this song - Steve Miller Remix - and it wasn't that bad. Looking back, I can remember it not being fantastic, and if I ever find it, I'll toss it on here, but for now, just imagine a few stop-reverse edits and grainy color correction.

He made it watchable.

Anyway, once in a while, when I'm in need of some inspiration or just need to remember what it was like to watch this guy rule the landscape, I go to this Youtube channel - Hoopsencyclopedia - and it's a great way to relive what I remember and discover what I never got a chance to see.
Here are examples of both:

Here's a really well edited piece, what might be the last great edit that originates from his highlights. In HD, too.

Michael Jordan. Nick Miller said he was "the first man that taught me that I could love a man." Comedic and sarcastic, but I can't deny it. Watching him was like watching a waterfall originate: it was sudden, powerful and elegant all at the same time.

23 forever.