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Follow your bliss
The most
profound theory of
creativity penned. 
The basis for my
Speech:
“Creativity and
The Audience.”
A study of
mainstream
Cyberpunk films of
the 1980s, by director
Andrew J. Holden. 
The film uses the
structure of literary
theorist Northrop
Frye to describe
common, repeating
stories in Western
culture, focusing on
American film
industry portrayals of
race, gender and
government.
“The Secret
Miracle” by Jorge
Luis Borges
Video essays: Method acting, framerates, editing,
history & science of colour film, sound recording,
green screen, colour temperature, psychology of
horror, screenplay formats, aspect ratio, et al
The
definitive
list
The geeks
create new
versions of
popular Sci-
Fi movies
Reviews
of all
your
faves
Online
resource for
screenwriters
Online
resource
for script
writers
“Quantum
theory meets
Kabbalah meets
Story Structure”
Everyone in the biz has read
Robert McKee’s “Story.” 
Rightly so, it’s a breeze.
Since 1990, great teachers from the Ivy
League, Stanford, Georgetown, and other
leading colleges and universities have
crafted over 390 courses for lifelong
learners.  We provide the adventure of
learning, without the homework or exams.
“The Size of The Universe.”
It’s a very, very, very big
place.
All your
favourite
‘choons’
re-mixed
and
mashed-up
“Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World” tells the story of
the wah-wah effect pedal, from its invention in 1966 to the
present day.  Musicians, engineers, and historians discuss the
impact of the pedal on popular music and demonstrate the
various ways it has been used, as well as how its evolution has
improved the ability of artists to express themselves musically. 
The film features interviews with Brad Plunkett, the inventor of
the pedal, plus musical luminaries such as Eddie Van Halen,
Steve Lukather, Slash, Buddy Guy, Art Thompson, Eddie Kramer,
Kirk Hammett, Dweezil Zappa, Ben Fong-Torres and Jim Dunlop.
“Smile though your heart is aching...”
“Because modern education is not designed to produce literate people.  It is
designed to produce programmable people.”  For Venkatesh Rao,
Ribbonfarm’s creator, literacy is not about reading and writing, but
condensing and unpacking, in order that ideas of universal importance may
transmit across vast centuries and cultures.  Here you will find information-
dense blogs with titles such as The Gervais Principle, The Mysteries of
Money, Towards an Appreciative View of Technology, Be Slightly Evil,
Rediscovering Literacy, Glimpses of a Cryptic God, The Guerilla Guide To
Social Business, et al.  The richness of the writing will inspire you.
Miles Hingston, a
man who knows
more about
language than
anyone I’ve ever
met.