I'm having exceedingly bad luck with computers lately. Not only does IE consistently crash when I'm updating the website (and don't even bother telling me to use a different browser, I know this already and were I someplace else, I would be doing so), the other day I couldn't upload ANYTHING to youtube without crashing any of my browsers at home (Firefox, Chrome), and last night my production laptop (where I edit all of my videos) fried another power adapter.
This morning I discovered that two of the ten original episodes of Talking Heads still remaining on youtube were flagged as copyright violations.
A year ago, getting featured on YouTube was huge doings. One feature would launch your entire channel into stardom. YouTube has changed the dynamics of the "featured video" and now it doesn't have anywhere near the same impact. Perspective? If a video was featured a year ago, it might have easily gotten 500k views; today, little more (if any more) than 100k.
Late last year I started writing a script for a television series called "Web Heads" (it was a tentative title--I still don't care for it much, but it does fit). I don't quite remember if I was writing it exclusively for a contest or if I had started writing it before I found out about the FOX contest. Either way, I ended up hitting the wall in the second act of the script and couldn't finish it in time. (I did submit the pilot episode of FILM SCHOOL REJECTS, although it didn't go anywhere.)
Since today marks the launch of the Talking Heads miniseries that I've been talking about SOOO much as of late (wink-wink, nudge-nudge), it behooves me to write a little something about collabs.
.... both the miniseries I've spoke of in the past as well as the original 30-some episodes of the original series. The archives are coming exclusively to this pages within the
I just typed a whole blog and Internet Explorer crashed right as I was clicking the publish button. So of course, I lost it all.
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