Hello world!

It was promoting this blog on Filmmaking Central that finally pushed me off the fence. This space will contain thoughts on matters relating to my book – digital cinema and visual effects compositing in particular – as well as whatever other miscellany takes hold. Paradoxically, it’s the way that writing these monologues/blogs puts people more in touch with other people that compels me to do it. By all means, especially if you liked the book, let me know what you want to hear more about. I realize that’s optimistic for a blog that is launching rather stealthily just before Christmas, but do keep it in mind as you sip scotch and snack on ham.

20 December 2006 | Uncategorized | Comments

7 Responses to “Hello world!”

  1. 1 Stu 21 December 2006 @ 12:30 pm

    Yay, ham!

  2. 2 Bruce 21 December 2006 @ 6:30 pm

    Nice interview on FMC. Dug your book. Looking forward to anything else you care to put out there, blog, book or otherwise.

    (Yay, scotch!)

  3. 3 Conrad Slater 22 December 2006 @ 4:18 am

    Looking forward to following your blog – but where’s your rss feed?

  4. 4 mc 22 December 2006 @ 7:06 am

    In the browsers I have in front of me at the moment (Firefox and Safari on Mac) the RSS link appears at the right of the address bar, but let me try to add a link to the page itself.

    Meanwhile, you can use:


  5. 5 Steve K. 22 December 2006 @ 4:41 pm

    Yay Vodka and Latkas!

  6. 6 Adolfo Rozenfeld 23 December 2006 @ 7:17 am

    Hello, Mark!
    Congratulations for the blog! I promise to be a frequent visitor. I value very much the knowledge and enthusiasm you shared with me, you know where.
    I read your book from start to finish, more than once. In fact, I keep reading bits in a random fashion all the time. For those who haven’t read it, it’s that good! It’s amazing how well it complements with Chris & Trish Meyer’s books on motion graphics with AE. In my opnion, both are the most valuable resources for their respective area. And as I keep saying to myself, they both prove you never finish learning AE (or compositing, or design or whatever makes your heart dance).
    Best wishes,
    Adolfo Rozenfeld
    Buenos Aires – Argentina

  7. 7 Unreal Imaginings… » Blog Archive » Another cool site 23 December 2006 @ 12:03 pm

    […] Flowseeker » Blog Archive » Hello world! […]