Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Monday, September 28, 2009
Sunday, September 27, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
• Ashley Brucks, Paramount Pictures
• Curtis Burch, President of Latitude Productions
• Carlo Eugster, Out of the Blue Entertainment
• Juliana Farrell, Jersey Girl Films
• Jessica Julius, Disney Animation Studios
• Maggie Malone, Disney Animation Studios
• Matt Summers, Vice President, 821 Entertainment
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Valerie, who I spend particularly the most time with at the library, just sent me this facebook note:
"So this is how much studying i've been doing this month: i was just informed through e-mail by pandora that i am approaching my free forty hour limit this month. there's a limit."
Monday, September 21, 2009
As a member of a student group, there is no bigger headache than trying to find a time for everyone to meet. Especially if its an officer's meeting.
I mean, if you join a club, you just go to the general meeting time if you can make it (and don't join the club if the time doesn't fit into your schedule).
But if you are a club officer, or in a small group of students, then trying to find a time that fits neatly into everyone's schedule can be crazy and hectic.
Until now... (insert "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" music)...
My friend Andrew found the perfect website for organizing schedules and time. Simply go to www.whenisgood.net, click on every single time that could possibly work for you, and then email that link to whomever is in charge of the schedule. Viola! Magic!
Its a neat little way to make sure you know everyone's available time. Now you have some semblance of a chance of finding a time that works for all.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Before class one day, my friend Madison happened to look down and notice a stray paper sitting on a lonesome desk. Normally unattended papers get tossed without a passing glance, but not this time. Nope. This time, Madison read the handout and saved it to pass on to me. I have no idea what class the handout is from or who wrote any of it, but its contents are so incredible that I feel compelled to share them with you.
The paper is entitled "Movie-A-Minute Summaries."
THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
(1980, Directed by Irvin Kershner)
I have to go to Degobah.
You have to use the force.
I have to go to Cloud City.
You have to go to the Dark Side.
No I don't.
I'm your father.
No you're not.
Fine. I'll cut off your hand.
THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK
(1997, Directed by Steven Spielberg)
We must never go back to the island.
I told you we should never go back to the island.
And my personal favorite...
(1978, Directed by Randal Kleiser)
I like you, but you're not cool enough.
What if I dress like a slut?
Now that you're not who you are, I can love you for who I wanted you to be.
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- Film Content Only?
- Owl City
- Nothing is absolute.
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- All My Single Babies!
- Austin Film Festival
- But honey, that's just so... permanent.
- Well Shoot!
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