Humorous signs seen in real life. Some of them require a bit of thought: http://www.wsbradio.com/gallery/entertainment/major-sign-fails-make-you-lol/gfn3/#1467773 Enjoy!
DMAC130 students, you should read this article about cinematographer Robert Yeoman: http://www.studiodaily.com/2012/05/cinematographer-robert-yeoman-talks-super-16-style-on-moonrise-kingdom/
I saw The Avengers over the holiday weekend. The film was well done- especially the script. Screen play writer/director Joss Whedon had a nice blend of action, character development, humor […]
Maybe I should have titled this “whither graphic novels.” Whether you call ’em comic books (my term growing up) or graphic novels (the current term) you have to admit the […]
Here they are, in no particular order, my favorite fictional female characters: Lt. Karrin Murphy, Proven Guilty, a Dresden Files novel by Jim Butcher. Murphy is charge of CPD’s Special […]
This post isn’t about writing per se… but rather about publishing. Google has been getting some heat in the USA and Europe over alleged anti-competitive behavior regarding its search engine. […]
The Washington Post has an annual contest called the Mensa Invitational. This year’s winners are hysterically funny: http://www.boortz.com/funny/mensa-invitational/ (link opens in a new tab) “Decafalon” is my personal favorite. Enjoy!
Great books have great characters. I would heartily recommend any books featuring these characters: Archie Goodwin, Nero Wolfe mysteries by Rex Stout. Archie ranks number one on my all-time list […]
In my opinion, the toughest obstacle writers have to overcome is the interruption. Think about the challenges writers face every day. Blank page? No problem. Wooden dialog? Easy fix. Three […]
Found something cool for student film/video producers: Creative Commons licensed music for video projects. Here’s the link- http://freemusicarchive.org/curator/Video/blog/Tracks_to_Sync_May_2012 (link opens in new tab) Remember, producers, to always check the licensing […]