April 2011

Another Victorious Script Frenzy

April 29, 2011

I did it! I completed my screenplay “Global Code Green” 100 pages in 28 Days I’m a Script Frenzy winner  for a second consecutive year and it feels really good! I typed “Fade to Black: Roll Credits” last night [Keep Reading]

Chasing Content – May 2009

April 28, 2011

Image via Wikipedia Last June I started a new feature on this blog entitled Chasing Content. It’s a great feature that gives us a chance to dig through my old posts and unearth some gems that might otherwise get buried in the archives. This is [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip – 5 Reasons Not to Print That

April 26, 2011

Image via Wikipedia I made a conscious decision to cut down on the amount of material that I photocopy for my classroom. It was just way too easy to take advantage of the shiny hi-tech device completely at my beck and call. I made so many copies the [Keep Reading]

Hammy Easter!

April 22, 2011

Easter Kokosanka, a photo by pyza* on Flickr. Here’s wishing you all a safe and happy holiday weekend. Happy [Keep Reading]

Recommended Reads – Black Noise

April 20, 2011

Black Noise: Rap Music and Black Culture in Contemporary America is a great read about hip-hop culture. It is written by Tricia Rose, who is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Africana Studies at Brown University. In fact, any of the [Keep Reading]

Teaching Tip Rerun

April 19, 2011

Image via Wikipedia Today I am going to recycle an old tip for you. I simply don’t have the energy to write a new one for you this week. I’m kind of tied up with the screenplay I am writing for this month’s Script Frenzy Challenge. [Keep Reading]

My Growing Daredevil Collection

April 17, 2011

I saw these Marvel Beans at the dollar store last weekend. I already have a Daredevil bean from the first series that was released quite a few years ago. But I am always looking for Daredevil toys to add to my collection. I bought two packs hoping [Keep Reading]

Script Frenzy: The Midway Point

April 14, 2011

Tomorrow marks the halfway point for this year’s Script Frenzy challenge. With proper formatting, one page of script equates to roughly one minute of screen time. A theatrical release is typically 100 minutes long so the challenge is to write [Keep Reading]
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