Is Arizona ready for the goatee of justice? The question may be academic, as “Actor Steven Seagal Says He Is Up For Arizona Governor Campaign,” AP reports in an article at CBS-Las Vegas: The 61-year-old made the comments while talking about his newly released reality series “Steven Seagal – Lawman: Maricopa County.” Seagal teamed up […]
Ed On Dead Tree
Steve Sabol, the scion of the founder of NFL Films, passed away yesterday at 69 of a brain tumor, an age that’s far too young to die these days. I grew up about 20 minutes from the NFL Films offices in Mt. Laurel, NJ* and in 2003, took a tour of their ultra high-tech facilities […]
Back in 2003, Vintage Guitar magazine assigned me a two-part series on the history of the Marshall Amplifier. With the passing of its namesake inventor, I quote a couple of passages from it at the PJ Lifestyle blog. Click here to read.
As everybody knows by now, my Silicon Graffiti videoblog, and most of the videos produced by those upstart reprobates over at PJTV use virtual sets to shoot the talent (or “talent” in the case of your humble narrator) in front of a green screen, and then computer software chromakeys out the green, and substitutes something […]
And they need to pick up the December issue of Videomaker magazine, which contains an article I wrote titled, “How A Camcorder Sees Light” — or read it online, here.
In the mail today was the April “dead tree” edition of Videomaker magazine, which contains three of my articles: Basic Training (Recording good audio for video productions) Phoning It In (Producing better telephone interviews) The Studio In A Box (A buyer’s guide for shopping for video-oriented computer workstations) If you’re looking for tips to produce […]
Here’s my review of Jonah Goldberg’s Liberal Fascism, from the March issue of the New Individualist magazine. The text of that issue is not yet online, so I’m reprinting this review online with the permission of editor-in-chief Robert Bidinotto, who, separate and apart from his long-form work “on dead tree”, is also a fine blogger. […]
With the return of Dan Rather, an article I wrote for the September issue of the New Individualist magazine seems especially timely. It’s titled “Atlas Mugged: How a Gang of Scrappy, Individual Bloggers Broke the Stranglehold of the Mainstream Media” , and I certainly hope you’ll stop by and give it a read. It features […]