Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sour Grapes over Rottentomaoes

The site rottentomaotes is designed to help people get an opinion on movies. It gathers together the reviews of usually hundreds of the worlds leading critics and puts together an overall percentage of approval for a movie. I love the … Continue reading

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Project is Live!

So, the deadline came and went for the research project. We posted it to Youtube, and now we must wait. Hopefully everything goes well, and response will be positive.

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Google TV Unboxing

  I thought this is interesting for the future of TV. Google has unveiled their new television lineup through Sony that will feature the internet right on the TV. Users will be able to most internet functions powered by Google. … Continue reading

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Workity Work Work

Its crunch time now with the Research Project. The day is getting closer and closer, and we still have so much work to do. Editing, and voice over especially. Apparently I have been chosen to do the majority of the … Continue reading

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All Work and No Play…

Work is coming along on the documentary quite nicely. I’m very confident that we will get a pretty good mark. When all is said and done I’m guessing around 12-15 hours of work per person for three people. I have … Continue reading

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Taking it to the Street

Work on the documentary continues, as we began the editing process this past weekend. We also did a little shooting outside on the street, just off campus. It’s fun making this project and actually feeling like real film makers. Doing … Continue reading

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Cellphones in Class now…allowed?

Well, another day, another unique class with Dr. Strangelove. Today we shot a short video for Youtube in which we all had our phones ring and pretend to chat away and ignore the poor man while he walked away dejectedly. … Continue reading

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