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Aug 10

don’t worry, this isn’t about politics.  it’s about your brain.

anyone’s brain really.  first, stop reading this post, fix some tea or coffee and sit and read the following articles for the next few minutes, avoiding distractions, phonecalls, facebook, etc.

“Author Nicholas Carr: The Web Shatters Focus, Rewires Brains” on WIRED (Michael Hyatt recently linked to another incarnation of the same information).

“The Creativity Crisis” by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman of Newsweek.

what does this mean to the creative? what follows is my largely uneducated answer to that question.

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Aug 09

i have envisioned the phone as a credit card for some time now.  VISA (and others) have an RFID-enabled keychain fob that works as a proximity wand.  putting an RFID into a phone that can be programed with your VISA info is not that hard to imagine. certainly the technology exists; it’s just a matter of someone doing it. but what are the security concerns?

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Aug 08

i met Rachel Taylor shortly after she moved back to Memphis through a mutual connection. we talked film for a bit, and a few months later she was helping us out on Sleepwalking as our 1st AC.  she did a great job and was an invaluable, hard-working part of our crew.  now i have the pleasure of helping her by serving as cinematographer on her latest effort.  her short film, Avarice, is being produced by Dan Baker, DP of Sleepwalking, and co-writer/co-director of John Gray and The Glass, the Doorpost projects i worked on as producer/cinematographer.  check out the website, and consider donating to the project!


Aug 07

this post is the answer to a question asked by Michael Woodard on an earlier post, and i thought the answer might be of use to others as well. be aware that this comparison is strictly my own opinion, and i would be delighted to hear from others that see things differently.
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Aug 06

greetings and salutations!

it’s been a while since posting, but there’s a lot on the horizon. I can’t wait to share a lot of it with you. the past few months have seen some high and low times, exciting and boring, feast and famine. a new chapter is slowly brewing, and being able to share that with others is going to be fun.

in the meantime, i want to congratulate William and Robin Cavataio on recently tying the knot! it was a great service and intimate, country reception in Marion, AR. I was honored to be there, but ducked out before i ended up with yet another wedding garter! if you know William and Robin, be sure and congratulate them!


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