Fencing, Scottish style
I laugh every time I see this.
You always figure the audience is at least as smart as you are. You do this because you like it, you think what you’re making is beautiful. And if you think it’s beautiful, maybe they think it’s beautiful.
If you want to know what growing up in the New York City area in the late 80’s/early 90s felt like, Lou Reed’s “New York” is essential listening.
Okay, so this one hasn’t started yet. But we are keeping a very close eye on the developments with this series, for very good reason.
It might be that one of the first examples of transmedia storytelling occurred in 1740 when Samuel Richardson, the “father of the English novel,” published England’s first bestseller, Pamela. Like The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, the Pamela sensation was the result of a small investment made by an unknown author and the frenzy of its fan base.
Yeah, it’s us and Sammy Richardson.
Hmmm, I actually don’t know the exact answer to this one. That was a decision made by the writers room, and I wasn’t at those meetings since I wasn’t in L.A. But I do know that it was decided long, long before it was mentioned in the videos—I think I remember Bing tweeting something in late December or early January that had to do with it, although no one could know that at the time. I am the worst secret keeper ever, so I was really proud of myself for keeping that one as long as I did!
I went through my old email: it appears we came up with the idea on January 2nd, when Margaret, Kate and I were in a coffeeshop, supposed to be writing our own things but instead talking about the show.
He is no driver, he is the undertaker.
Eastern Promises (2007)
“I’m sorry, Sandy, there was a bit of noise there. Could you repeat the question?”
“Have I displeased you, you feckless thug?"