I'm getting to today's videos. Eventually. I'm also getting to a mashup of the two video reviews I got on VIDEORAMA ... eventually. Right now, however, I'm hip deep in the murder-mystery novel (well, it's not EXACTLY a novel ...) that I mentioned earlier called "d8 w/ d34th".
I rushed to get the OUR ZOMBIE HOLIDAY script posted before I went out to Thanksgiving dinner ... after I did the Devilmas intro video, I thought it would be cool to share the origins of Devilmas.
I should point out that one of the main reasons I'm doing this Youtube Sabbatical and why I'll be focusing on some hardcore writing is because I should be receiving my EXTENDED BATTERY for my EEE pc (Eeesteban) in a day or so. This will effectively take my paltry 1:30 battery life to well over five hours ... which will make the little bugger my ideal writing machine.
Um, not really. I'm taking writing break from krumbinesBRAIN to try and focus this coming month on some writing projects that are longer than 6 pages. I haven't genuinely worked on a feature screenplay in a while, and I've had a few ideas lingering about, waiting to be hashed out.
One of the things I've always struggled with was the whole purpose of this website. And the problem, essentially, is that if you don't know what the point of your website is, you tend to have a damn hard time designing it.
As strange as it sounds, Vector Corp. is an internet wholesaler of rubber bands. Managing the odd-ball assortment of characters that make up the third-shift crew is Jamie Glenn, a self-assured, smart-alecky, caffeine maven. Cal Winters is a walking compendium of knowledge for nailing a chick; Ted Christmas is deathly afraid of walking around corners; Anna Nichols is the bombshell hottie with a no-coworker dating policy; and Martin Cambell doesn't quite know what he's getting into when he starts his first night on the job.
Okay, here's how it works: email me at jordancg (at) gmail.com, tell me which scriptbook you'd like to review, and give me your shipping address. I'll send you a PDF of the script, and as soon as your video review is posted, I'll send a copy of any two of the five books I currently have published--that's right, do one video review and get TWO books!
One of the things I don't talk about nearly enough is my love for technology. When it comes to laptops, I've always felt that the smaller it is, the better--the point of the damn this is to be portable, right?
The anguished musings of a jack-of-all trades creative professional based out of Longwood, Florida. Find out more about him here. You know, if that's your 'thing'.
Most of my production music is original but if I need something extra-special, I usually get it from AudioNautix.com: