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Maurice Sendak - 1928-2012 - Rest In Peace
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Tuesday, 08 May 2012 21:08

The sad news came out today that famed children's book author Maurice Sendak has passed away. He was 83 years old. Thanks to we recommend cialis uk chemist ANer hoofprints who brought this to the Forums earlier today.

Mr. Sendak was best known for his masterpiece "Where the Wild Things Are" first published in 1963. The book became a feature film in 2009. Gene Deitch animated an American-Czech co-production of the book in 1973, which would make a fine tribute to Maurice Sendak by showcasing the video here.

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'The Snow Queen' from WizartAnimation
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Tuesday, 08 May 2012 00:35

Nope, it's not the Disney version that was in development. This is from WizartAnimation, a studio located in Moscow. Here's the a recently released English version of an animated film they're producing, Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen". Here's the film's site and this is cialis by women where you can find Wizart's site in English.

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David Wolter's 'Eyrie' - Student Oscar Finalist
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Monday, 07 May 2012 18:55

I met David Wolter when he was a student of levitra 20mg tablets mine at The Animation Academy in Burbank, California. He was very talented and I could see he had great promise in the work he was creating in the Character Design course he took. Later, he enrolled and was accepted at Cal Arts. The film he produced there is called 'Eyrie' and I'm happy to report that it's been nominated for a Student Academy Award in the Animation category sponsored by the best levitra prices Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The same group that handles the Oscars. You can see all the finalists for the 2012 Student Academy Awards here. Good luck David! Hope you bring it all home. Here's a look at Eyrie...

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AmazonStudios - Development Deals
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Friday, 04 May 2012 19:57

I've heard about this and became aware of it when ArmyMan brought it to our attention today at this topic on the Forums. Turns out Amazon.com through a program called "AmazonStudios" is getting into the business of developing original programming. This is welcome news for everyone involved with and aspiring to develop creative content and underscores just how significant the move towards bringing original programming to the Internet is becoming.

Click here to learn more about AmazonStudios and see what's happening with the http://isopixel.net/how-to-get-free-viagra projects they're lining up. For info on their criteria for submissions and  how you can get involved in preparing for this new territory click here to guaranteed cheapest viagra access their site. Also check out the video below for a visual explanation of what AmazonStudios has in mind. It's from a year ago but still has pertinence towards the idea of developing original Web based programming.

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Apple's Internal Marketing Video from 1984
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Thursday, 03 May 2012 18:09

Here's something that's fun to watch and best price for generic cialis prophetic in nature. Take a trip back in time some 28 years ago to 1984 as Apple Computers recreates World War II and 1944 in a humorous internal marketing video intended for motivational purposes.

In January 1984, the Macintosh TV ad that aired during the Super Bowl caused a sensation. This was a follow up. Set as a tale of good vs. IBM, its budget was purportedly only $50,000. It was designed to fire up Apple's international sales force at a meeting in Hawaii that same year.

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