One photographer gets asked the question so calls his other photographer friend and asks the same question he was asked. “So how do I know you are a real photographer? Is it because of your gear, your business card, or what?” Follow this post to read my answer.
During a 2004 Greenwich Film Festival lifetime achievement award event, Chuck and Katie Scott had an opportunity to meet legendary actress Celeste Holm – the recipient of said achievement award. In addition, Chuck asked her what one piece of advice she would give to young people. Follow this post for her answer and event photos.
Article that appeared in the Fairfield County Business Journal about the CoolTea NetworkingU Oct 7th 2004 Event – The Realities of Funding Deals in Today’s Economy. The venture capital quotes then are just as valid for today’s entrepreneurs looking for funding – enjoy!
Forty four photos of 2006 Christmas Holiday Wreaths in Ridgefield Connecticut including many homes, communities of worship and downtown Main Street twinkling lights photographed by Chuck Scott – enjoy!
Forty three photos of VanDyke with his Guide Dog Pup classmates enjoying a Halloween Costume party training evening in October of 2005.
Fifty six photos of VanDyke in summer of 2005 – at the time a six month old guide dog pup going on a Beardsley Zoo Safari Sniff before a three week prison swap.
Thirty two photos from 2005 Westport Connecticut featuring American Flags flying over the Saugatuck River on the Post Road Bridge plus local venues and end with twighlight deer in Wilton meadow along with a couple action shots from beer and pizza tasting event.
Watch a sixteen minute video filmed in 2005 starring VanDyke – at the time a nine month old yellow guide dog pup from Guiding Eyes for the Blind enjoying his first swim in a pool.
Watch (in order of appearance) Bruce Vilanch, Tracey Pollen, Sean Connery, Hal Holbrook, Liz Smith, and Christopher Walken state why independent film festivals are important to the film industry.
Film Score example whereby Jeremy Scott scores the Directors View Film Festival Feature Short, Our Town – first via midi orchestral score with soundfonts, next via live keyboard performance, then an acoustic guitar version.
Reflecting on a thread about Drupal vs WordPress, what stands out is the importance of good URL Design and how you can tell if the customer is first or the code is first based on the information design choices a web team elects.
If customers do not qualify for a certain promotional offer then do not tease them with an invitation to that special promotion offer – duh. Some marketers for domain registrars just do not get it.
An email about song licensing gets feeback from ten music industry pros – including Grammy and Emmy winners and one platinum album songwriter.
Chuck Scott ponders the eternal nature of the Universe and God’s Authorship while walking his dog, Kasha, on Main Street in Ridgefield Connecticut.
Six minute video featuring Wally Wallington demonstrating how Stonehenge might have been built as he shows how to move 22,000 lbs blocks and move a barn 300ft using same technique.
Late last night I was flipping channels out in the living room while my wife and dog slept peacefully in the bedroom. Somehow I ended up catching the last 1/2 hour or so Frontline’s The Suicide Tourist – a very powerful documentary about Craig Ewert and his choice to die in peace versus die painfully [more]
It’s Thursday night, Dec 31st 2009 circa 5:30PM as I pen this blog post and while most people are prepping for festive New Year celebrations with family and friends, I’m thoroughly bummed at a recent email I just received from Monty, the creator of MySQL (see below). Long story short, here is my comment I [more]
Two videos featuring Congressman Mike Rogers and the evil wrongs inherent in Obamacare healthcare reform compared to statistics from other countries with socialized medicine.
Blinded in a Nazi concentration camp at 21, 65 years later Max Edelman gets a guide dog and recounts his reservations about canines.
Determining the value of a Domain Name is akin to diamonds in that the value is based on several factors – e.g., just like cut, clarity, carrots, etc. determine the cost of a diamond, domain names have several variables that contribute to their sale price too.