SHAC: why is danh so obsessed with fred durst?
BRIAN: I dunno. Is he talking about him?
SHAC: he seems really upset that fred durst is dating thora birch
BRIAN: he shouldn’t be dating at all, let alone her- isn’t she like 16?
BRIAN: ah whatever
SHAC: hes A&R for someone
SHAC: maybe thats why shes with him
BRIAN: but she doesn’t have a music career
SHAC: maybe she will now
BRIAN: her new album will be called “So, So Pale”
My friend Christine is participating in National Novel Writing Month. My crew and I are doing the 48 Hour Film Project next weekend. Incidentally you’ll notice the 48 Hour Film Project spans the weekend containing the end of Daylight Savings Time- so we will actually have 49 hours. Maybe we should turn it in at 6pm on Sunday as a matter of honor.There’s a Three-Day Novel Contest run by Blue Lake Books, which runs over Labor Day Weekend (sorry Burning Man!). And aspo is doing this thing where he posts a new digital photo every day. I seem to recall somewhere there was a thing online where you were given a photo topic and had to turn in a digital photo within 24 hours, but I can’t find it now. There’s got to be more of these things out there somewhere! Anyone? I like the deadline aspect– it’s a real kick in the ass to have to turn something in, no matter what its quality or condition. If you want, you can edit it later! And the nonjudgemental, populist aspect– in most of these, the works don’t even get screened for “quality” or edited at all. And of course, these kinds of events would be difficult to organize without the internet and the web.
My friend Christine is participating in National Novel Writing Month. There’s got to be more of these things out there somewhere.