“The problem with introspection is that it has no end.” - Philip K. Dick

Introducing The Sixth Age

It started, as many ideas do, somewhere else entirely. I was struggling with the story I really want to (and will eventually) tell; the story of my grandfather during and after World War I. I was stuck again and decided that I needed…

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Who?

So one of the best guys the Times could think of to quote about Rotten Tomatoes was Brett Rattner? Really? “I think it’s the destruction of our business,” Brett Ratner, the director, producer and film financier, said at a film festival this year.…

The Culture of Interruption

You’re finally making some progress on that thing that you owe that person on that date. Maybe you’ve got headphones on with music that helps you focus, or maybe you prefer to work in total silence. You’ve been putting off this particularly complicated…

Giving It All Away 

“If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place.” – Eric Schmidt I finished Deep Work by Cal Newport last week and started The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to our…

Another Blade Runner Short Film

A few months ago I posted Tears In The Rain, a Blade Runner short film. I’m still apprehensive about the upcoming Blade Runner sequel. Hollywood has a pretty crappy track record when it comes to mining remakes and sequels for every dollar they…

Coming Soon To A Theater Near You

Another busy week, so another quick video share. This is pretty much an outline for every Marvel trailer so far.

Mycroft Holmes

As I opined on Facebook over the weekend, the 80’s/90’s Granada Sherlock Holmes series (they ran under several different names, plus several movies) are a treasure. Jeremy Brett’s Sherlock will always be the Holmes for me. But one the less well-known gems in the series…

Bonzo!

Needs no introduction. Bonus: