Life before meditation:
Life before meditation:
Double rainbow!! Rainbow 🌈 🌈
And considering all that happened this week, I consider both of them a very, very good sign.
Marvel films may not be “cinema,” but at least they know how to tell a story…💤😴
The Irishman was a complete bore fest. Didn’t even finish it, stopped about halfway through.
The best part? The opening gas station scene where DeNiro and Pesci met - it’s a set off of Calgrove Blvd. that you can see off Interstate 5 just north of L.A. (not Jersey). Which means those legends were in my hometown not too long ago!!
I had no idea this was a thing! Click the dinosaur and now you have something to do while you’re waiting to connect.
Late Friday night when you finally realize the Antagonist that’s been staring you in the face from the very beginning. 😆
Netlify is ridiculously simple and well thought out. Adding redirects took about 2 seconds.
If you’re like me, and you’re about halfway through writing something for National November Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), chances are you’re beginning to sense something missing. This series of articles on The Relationship Story Throughline should help you out.
This is a pretty spectacular album for writing screenplays. Seven Worlds One Planet by Zimmer & friends. The title track is so inspiring.
My friend Bobby Rubio made an absolutely beautiful short film that is now on Disney+ called Float. The animation is out-of-this-world subtle and unique, and the story is heartfelt and real.
Haven’t heard this many sirens at once before.
You may also like Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back…
This AI is incredible!
Really enjoying JAMStack Radio. Can’t believe it started in 2016, and I’m just now getting into it!
Currently imagining how awesome it’s going to be to do what I love on a new MacBook Pro.
Paddington 2 is super impressive if it was written without Dramatica. It basically follows a storyform from beginning to end, almost to the point of using certain Elements within dialogue!
Probably why it scores 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Just tried out Overdub for Descript. Basically, you screw up a word or words in your podcast, and you can TYPE replacement words. A Voice Double–tunes to your voice–replaces your original audio seamlessly! My first couple of tests right now were like magic.
Now if I could only do the same with this travesty that is the latest version of Star Wars on Disney+!
As a former Disney animator, of course I’m streaming Steamboat Willie first.
Continuous deployment is the greatest thing in the world. Also, branch deploys for automatic staging servers. Netlify, I love you.
Just ordered my Cortex Ugly Christmas Sweater. Only a couple days left to be the talk of the office!
Trying Sizzy out, because there’s nothing I love more than new developer tools. (They’re site is beautiful too, insta-buy).
Just held the most mind-blending class in the Writers Room in Subtext. The input from the attendees was off the chart! So excited to eventually share it with the rest of the writing community.
Completely intuitive and well thought-out.
This presentation by the creator of Nuxt is a good start.
Just figured out all my story issues in the shower. I respectively submit for Apple to make the next MacBook 100% waterproof, so I can finish writing the whole thing in there.
“There’s nothing on your schedule for the rest of the day.” Music to my ears, Alexa.
This is why I switched from PHP/Laravel to JAMStack…
The old version of Narrative First:
Oh. And the first Narrative First is the Lighthouse score on local.
Welcome to my sad Black Parade.
Waited 20 minutes online to buy tickets to see My Chemical Romance return and they’re already sold out. 😭
Come to think of it, I’d be surprised if anyone pays face-value for these.