Today’s post is going to be postponed until tomorrow, so meanwhile, go here. Some of you will find this amusing or at least interesting.
I really have to thank Michael “Freon” Andaluz for getting me involved in this series, not only for the fun of acting in it but for the work behind the scenes and on the blog. It may not seem like much, but it’s an effort to be consistent with the weekly posting schedule, especially when it doesn’t seem like there’s much to write about; certainly, I don’t write that much in an individual post, either. It does, however, give me practice in getting my ideas down in print… especially when I wouldn’t otherwise be writing.
Because I have this practice, it has led to me actually get me another writing gig, and while it might not necessarily get me that solid gold appendix I’ve wanted, it has gotten me an audience. Now to bring those people back to look at OUR show!
Wow. January’s not even over, and all the Jack Uzi 2014 calendars are out! I sold the last one yesterday, well before the show was over! Hopefully, this will show our producer that somebody wants to see what we’re doing. Yes, we still need views and subscriptions (so please, everybody, share the series with all your friends!), but I have to admit that it was gratifying seeing everybody’s hard work go home in eager hands. Thanks–that was easily one of the first cool things to see during the new year.
Have a happy Civil Rights Day tomorrow!
Well, my schedule has kind of been shaken up by the damage to my car that I alluded to last weekend, and our Mighty Director has suffered a hard drive failure–both of these things are proving mighty inconvenient. It’s because of this that I turn attention back to other projects of mine, to help bring some cash in.
I’ve got Sudoku Tactics, the board games I’ve been selling at conventions, up on The Game Crafter until I can produce some more physical copies. That’s the company that also helped me put out Lea$e for Life for the show. My artwork, meanwhile, is going up at Ideas Manifest. Then, of course, there are still a few calendars left on the website…
It’s funny how eventful this week has been–it has passed by so very quickly between New Years events, a private sneak peak at Segment Four of the pilot… and a fairly serious car accident. Yes, I’m fine, but I’ll admit that it has effected my mood even as I write this. I’m just going to leave this very brief and wish everyone a better year than last.
Yes, it’s America’s favorite game, “Rumors, Secrets, and Big Fat Lies,” wherein we talk about some of the amazing things within upcoming segments of The Adventures of Jack Uzi. The best part of this game is you get to play along, figuring out which are which!
- Segment Four will be on the channel soon.
- New “Making Of” footage will be coming up soon, so that people will get to see some more of the behind-the-scenes nonsense from us professionals.
- Some time in the New Year, the channel will open up for public comment
- Edward Snowden will be calling in on Skype to film his part in the series.
- Some members of the cast and crew, during downtime on this project, are turning their talents and skills to some science fiction fan film.
- No lizards have been harmed during the making of these videos.
- You will be able to see some of us, and the calendars, making an appearance at ConFusion.
Any guesses which are which?
It’s bizarre how things slow down in December; as if the weather itself isn’t bad enough, the challenge of getting things done while being pulled away to this distraction or that takes away the free time we all desire. As a result, most of what gets done gets done one person at a time, as it’s possible to work alone. It’s far too difficult to get two or more people together between snow and obligations to friends or family.
In order to minimize stress around this time of year, I decided to celebrate ZUUL instead of Yule. It’s a holiday of friendship and gift-giving that happens whenever I please, usually when I see something that inspires gift-giving to a friend. That way, there’s no sense of general obligation with the time of year or any need to visit the stores during their Stampede-A-Thons, yet I still get to be generous… but without the stress! It also means I get more done than most people. More news on that soon.