Lots of press out about Geek and Sundry (and BOY will I be relieved to not talk about myself much in a week or so, haha).
But this article was pretty baller, in the Washington Post. I dunno about me being a “deity” but Joss Whedon gave a quote for me that brought tears to my eyes, so it’s an article I really like. And the reporter actually came to a shoot, which I think is one of the first times that has happened.
Question for myself: Where the HELL did I take that photo with the weird balloon? I seriously have no recollection. Frightened!
Going back to Canada to do the last episodes of Eureka for season 5 (which isn’t even out for a year, haha). Wanted to share some links with you, and hopefully I’ll get back to regular blogging in a few weeks when I am back in my own home for more than a week straight!!!
Oh, reminder, I’m gonna be at Chicago Comicon next weekend with Vork (Jeff Lewis). :) Looking forward to visiting the city for the first time!
FIRST: Guild episodes! Episode 1 of Season 5, FINALLY UPLOADED! For Xbox and Zune users, you can get the episode (FOR FREE) here, and there’s a handy video to help you find it on you Xbox Live dashboard (in the US).
Yes, I know the staggered release thing is a bit confusing (Xbox/Zune on Tuesdays, MSN on Thursdays) but I appreciate everyone hanging in there!
Also: Here’s the brilliant season 4 recap that Kim Evey, my co-producer wrote. We got Randall, the Honey Badger dude, to do the VO because I AM OBSESSED WITH HIM!
I was on Attack of the Show Monday, here’s my interview (Kevin asked some awesome but strange questions haha)
Pardon for the press links pile-up, I’ve been neglectful with updating the website and, having a day free, and trying to rectify.
Interview with the hip “Paste” Magazine. They didn’t edit it a lot, so there are a lot of “you knows” in it from the phone call transcription. Oh well. My favorite quote is re: the perception that any of my web video work has rubbed off on traditional Hollywood offers.
The funny thing is, I don’t see it rubbing off in Hollywood. You know, Web video is still the bastard step-child, so I don’t think that my work is making people aware of me in the mainstream, so even through I have my own show, there’s a huge disconnect. But I think in the next year, there’s going to be a huge amount of people getting used to watching video on the web, with Hulu, and Xbox Live, so hopefully the people like me who are pioneering will start rubbing off.