What do network executives consistently get wrong in comedy? (x)
Sadly it’s not just comedy…
A little different…
You should shot at this Etsy store. http://www.etsy.com/shop/rainart
Well, I printed up a first small run of t-shirts in my workroom and they’re listed on the ol’ Etsy storefront if anyone is interested.
I want to blog more regularly, but I am not sure what the best focus is for me. Given my involvement with a publisher, I can’t do book reviews without some subconscious loss of impartiality. I can’t write about my day job, because who really cares? Plus I think I signed something saying I wouldn’t anyway. I tried my hand at food blogging once, but someone with a university course, a day job, a part-time arrangement and a husband has scant time for kitchen experimentation. I could blog about knitting, but see point re: cooking blog. I think the best blog for me is a communication blog. I love looking at and analyzing strategic use of word choice in advertising, corporate communication, any kind of promotion, blogging, etc. Note: I will explicitly *not* discuss my current day job, but everything else is fair game. Finally, I’d love for you all to submit examples of convoluted doublespeak, acrobatic semantic maneuvers and anything else that you’d like me to take a look at. My end of the bargain? I will post two to three times a week at first and increase frequency as I get better at it. So let’s raise a toast to new blogging adventures. I may presume by his scent that the guy in front if me on the bus already has.
Oh, T-Rex. I know exactly how you feel.
This was a lot of fun. I love the homage to OK Go.
I’d lost track of it for a while in all the shuffle. I am having a wonderful time getting to know the characters again.