Monthly Archives: August 2013

The handshake hug

Never an awkward moment for me.  I’ve been hugging my entire life.  I was raised in a family of huggers and we all just keep on hugging.  If you’re brand new to me, I’ll greet you with a warm handshake, … Continue reading

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The dystopian vision of the future in “Elysium”…playing everywhere near you.

This is less a movie review than a comment about the overall look and feel of the opening sequence of a film that, I believe, is in the real making today as I sit here thinking about the myriad ways … Continue reading

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The pain of deletion

When one creates media, one ends up with giga-tera-petabytes of data.  Client projects, personal projects, student projects fill several hard drives and I so wish to keep them all, but it’s just not possible.  Client video projects that have long … Continue reading

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Dog days of Summer

August 1 – Welcome to the 8th month on the Julian calendar.  Undoubtedly a favorite of Europeans who choose this month for vacation and travel. Not just one week mind you, but an entire month of vacation. Ohhh, to be … Continue reading

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What if women…

were creating all of the media around you? What do you think you would see and hear: story after story of death, dying, jail sentences and hell on earth or would you rather see, hear, and read about life and … Continue reading

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