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Scotty Got an Office Job, A Video Series Featuring Subversion At Work

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After 7 years of freelancing, Scott Iseri, got an office job. Instead of buckling down in the corporate world, he created a web series “Scotty Got an Office Job” featuring his office subversion.


Check out the earlier episodes on and later episodes on Vimeo, or everything on iTunes. Yes it is real and no his co-workers are not in on it.

UPDATE 1: Whoops, it turns out that Scotty’s boss saw our blog post and fired him.

UPDATE 2: Liz Shannon Miller of NewTeeVee reports that Scotty was offered his job back, but instead decided to return to freelance work.

A Live Reading of the Pilot Episode of ‘The Digits,’ An Interactive Math Show for Kids

Back in 2012 we posted about The Digits, an interactive, space-themed math show for kids. The show was recently selected by a PBS affiliate for production, which means it is slated to be broadcast nationwide in about a year. The show’s production company, FUNDA, is turning to Indiegogo to raise funds for a live reading of the pilot episode that will be held in Portland, Oregon. The Digits was created by Scotty Iseri, the man behind the hilarious web series Scotty Got an Office Job.

The Digits

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The Digits, An Intergalactic, Interactive Math Show For Kids

The Digits is an interactive, live action video show series that aims to teach math to kids. It features The Digits, the “greatest unknown band in the galaxy” who are on a “mission to stop the evil Marvwell Doomfinger III” (the Doomfinger Record boss who is “using music to make the galaxy stupider”). Appisodes for mobile devices are available at Google Play and trailers are available to view on YouTube. The show is geared to kids age 7-10. It is a project of Scotty Iseri (“Scotty Got An Office Job”) and his educational company, FUNDA.

The Digits is a live action narrative comedy that uses interactive gameplay to introduce math concepts to children. It is an immersive storytelling universe that creates an entertaining and educational experience. By combining interactive gameplay seamlessly into the narrative, the outcome of the game directly affects the outcome of the story. The Digits turns viewers into players and players into learners! The Digits offers the best of both worlds as it delivers fun, engagement and excitement to children and an educational opportunity to parents.

The Digits

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A Creative Commons Christmas Carol

Scotty Iseri of Scotty Got an Office Job and Matthew Latkiewicz of Zendesk present “A Creative Commons Christmas Carol”, part of the new Zendesk video series “Merry Holidays, Please Hold”.

When Scotty Iseri of and Matthew Latkiewicz of can’t afford the license rights to famous Christmas songs for their upcoming web series, they enlist help from some special guests to write a Creative Commons Christmas Carol.

Featuring: Lawrence Lessig, Leo Laporte, Cory Doctorow, Dick DeBartolo, Zadi Diaz, Kevin Kelly, and Mark Frauenfelder