Tag Archives: production

There’s Nowhere Safe

Knowing that I only have one more year left in my M.F.A. program, I’m trying to figure out what to do and where to go afterwards, or at least in the next few years; it doesn’t have to be right after. I don’t know when it will be, but it would be nice to be […]

Tickets to the Apocalypse

BALTIMORE — It’s been kind of a crazy week on the East Coast. And in the world, for that matter. A 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit Mineral, VA, on Tuesday, August 23rd and was felt in D.C., Maryland, New York, and probably even further than that. I felt it in Baltimore; I was at work when […]

Who’s Stupid NOW?

Just yesterday, Lance Ulanoff of PC Magazine wrote that Apple will never sell an unlocked iPhone because there isn’t a market for it, because “Apple isn’t stupid.” But who’s stupid now? Okay, maybe that’s a bit harsh, but how embarrassing is this, to have to retract/note/caveat such an article? I guess some people really didn’t see this […]

Vimeo vs. YouTube

I’ve been signed up with Vimeo for a while now, but I’ve never really done much with it. In a nutshell, it’s YouTube for professionals and semi-professionals. Vimeo doesn’t allow commercials, trailers, or any content to which the uploader doesn’t own the copyright. It’s more policed than YouTube. That means no TV shows or “fanvids.” […]