Each book trailer I’ve seen so far has three components. There is the visual content, the audio content and some text. The visual components can be either short video clips or still images. The audio can be the spoken word, music or a combination of both. We shall gather all three in this next segment. … More How to Create a Trailer – Part Two
This is a new layout (theme) for my blog. I’m experimenting with making things a bit more readable as well as easier to navigate. Opinions welcome, of course.
I’ve just done a bit of New Year’s housekeeping here. It includes moving some pages around as well as adding a couple more. There is a new contest with a whole buncha prizes. Check out the list of prizes and rules here. Some friends asked me for a little more information about the series of … More MySpace and Updates Here
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Those of us that love small bookstores have been griping about the way the big chains have been driving them out of business for awhile now. In a way, it is gratifying to see the big chains are now trying to kill off their competitors. From this MSN article: “Barnes & Noble is really complicit … More Book Wars
Microsoft made the Yahoo board of directors a buy-out offer that was 64% over market value. The board rejected it. Now, the software giant is taking it to the streets by giving the Board three weeks to accept or counter-offer. Is it just me, or do you see Yahoo getting sucked up by Micro$oft as … More Microsoft wants to buy Yahoo
Fair warning! This is going to be a long one with a lot to think about. Grab a drink and feel free to take notes. Piracy issues have been forefront on many blogs and forums in the last couple of years. Jerry Pournelle has covered a recent legal battle between the Science Fiction Writers of … More Piracy, Technology and the Publishing Business