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  • Make Your Own iPad Stylus For Free!*
    on Jul 5, 2010 in Technology & Games
    *if you are a smoker, that is, or have friends who are smokers, or are not worried about your self-image enough that you can poke through a few trash cans. Sure, as Steve Jobs said at the introduction of the original iPod Touch, you don't need a styl...
  • iPad PDF Reader Roundup
    on Jun 28, 2010
    Yeah, I hate the term "roundup" as much as all of you do, but I've been playing quite a lot of "Red Dead Redemption", so sue me.   Since Apple has now gone through the trouble of having someone come in on the weekend to amend the text of their i...
  • Cool Opening = Cool Movie
    on Jun 27, 2010 in Filmmaking Nostalgia
    You can't deny an opening like this, especially when it's for a movie where 90% of the action is people talking or one-sided phone conversations: FADE IN: ON WHITE Just white. The screen isn’t blank, that’s something white up there. But...
  • Apple Responds to iBooks PDF Issues...
    on Jun 26, 2010 in Ranting Technology & Games
    ... (as detailed in my previous post) by simply changing the text on their website! Here are before and after shots:  Well, it's certainly cheaper and easier than actually fixing the software! Not very classy Apple. It's frankly something I woul...
  • The Ultimate Screenwriting App II
    on Jun 25, 2010 in Ranting Technology & Games
    Last night I was watching the doc "Welcome to Macintosh" (iTunes link), terrific film about the early days and history of Apple. No info you wouldn't already find on the Internet, but a good view just the same. It really brings home the whole "innova...
  • REPOST: "June 20, 1975"
    on Jun 19, 2010 in Nostalgia
    Here's a repost of something I wrote back in 2008 as part of 7 Days in the 70's, just because I was feeling, well, nostalgic. Enjoy... You know, watching the trailer at the bottom of this page makes me want to watch this film again, even though I wat...
  • Bigger Isn't Necessarily Better
    on Jun 16, 2010 in Filmmaking Screenwriting
    Arguably, the most important part of a screenplay is the first inciting incident, that is the point early in the screenplay where the action that will take us through the rest of the story is established with one important event that, hopefully, turn...
  • June 16, 1960: "Go Psycho!"
    on Jun 15, 2010 in Filmmaking Nostalgia
    Fifty years ago today, it was raining in New York. Alfred Hitchcock's new film "Psycho" was opening at two theaters in the city, the DeMille and the Baronet. The production had been shrouded in mystery, though Hitchcock, consummate showman that he wa...
  • "Most of what follows is true..."
    on Jun 13, 2010 in Filmmaking Screenwriting
    And so starts George Roy Hill's "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' starring Paul Newman, Robert Redford and Katherine Ross, written by William Goldman. The 1969 film would make a star not only out of Robert Redford (so grateful, he would go on to n...
  • Always Be helpful.
    on Jun 11, 2010 in Nostalgia Satire!
    Just like David Cassidy.  It's funny, if you replace David Cassidy with nearly anyone else, the scenario becomes less than helpful: ...
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