March 30, 2007
the popular screenwriter John August runs an excellent blog in which he answers a multitude of questions about writing and the creative life :: some of the writing veers toward the technical, but much of it is a rare and personal view into the craft of writing movies :: johnaugust.com
daily photo posts of Sam Javanrouh :: very straightforward and simple, like good bread.
March 29, 2007
March 28, 2007
twittervision :: watch dull chatter from around the world. we are united in boredom.
March 27, 2007
Death threats against bloggers are NOT "protected speech" (why I cancelled my ETech presentations) :: an ugly story :: warning - quite disturbing and graphic.
March 26, 2007
Eddie Breen brings us "piggyback art", in which he completes other people's paintings that he deems incomplete. :: he's been busy. :: the thumbnails are in paired grouping... unlike the preview when you get to the page you'll have to step forward to see the befores and afters. :: his blog explains each piece. (thanks knittyotter)
March 25, 2007
in response to show episode where I made up a bedtime story about a four legged duck named stumpy, members of the ORG reworked the text, set it to verse, collaborated on illustrations, and created a music video :: YouTube - stumpy :: great job! :: i'm gonna take a stab at creating a little video storybook out of the images and original text as well... coming soon.
March 23, 2007
March 22, 2007
The Wisdom of Children: Humor: The New Yorker :: the first section in particular is wonderful.
March 20, 2007
i'll be working on the archive and documentation of the show over the coming weeks :: just put together a page for :: the show with zefrank :: popular shows
thanks very much to sixapart for their kind words.
March 15, 2007
March 8, 2007
March 7, 2007
sorry but you'll have to be a member of the ORG to see this :: COFFEE
James Howard Young has set the lyrics of some of my little tunes from the show to Bach chorale melodies :: Chorales from Ze Frank Songs
March 3, 2007
City Insane Asylum. Record of Patients :: New Orleans in the late 1800s :: haunting read