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Walt Disney's Grave on his Birthday - Dec 5 2013
Written by Charles   
Friday, 06 December 2013 12:44

As I do every year since 2008 I paid my respects to Walt Disney on his birthday to honor him. Here's the video of my visit to Walt's grave on the occasion of his 112th birthday. This year it was a little different as you'll see once you view the cialis buy video. Got in a bit of a quagmire with the flowers.

He was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1901. He died in Burbank, California on December 15, 1966.

The flowers come from my good friend Dan Codron of Flowers By Dan in North Hollywood, California. He was the corporate florist for the Disney Company for many years and panaceahealthsolutions.com he always supplies the flowers on my trips to Walt's resting place.

In addition to the video there's photos of interest on buy tramadol in lakeland the Forum topic with shots of look here rx cialis other graves of notoriety from Forest Lawn in Glendale, California.

Happy to share in the celebration of Walt's life and memory...

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'Wind' - Robert Loebel
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 04 December 2013 08:52

Adaptation to tramadol buy adverse conditions can become the levitra 10mg norm. That's the tale behind this intriguing allegorical video by Berlin based Robert Loebel. "Wind" is a winner as it garnered no less than 18 awards in its film festival run in 2013.

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SEC Approves Crowdfunding for Company Stock
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 20:51

If you've been frequenting AN for the past few years you know what an outspoken advocate I've been for crowdfunding. Sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo have revolutionized how business is done in animation and many other fields as well. The latest developments in crowdfunding have pushed the envelope even further now that the US Securities and Exchange Commission has approved the sale of company stock through this process.

Not only will artists, creative individuals and entrepreneurs be able to raise capital through specific project oriented campaigns, they'll be able to sell stock in their company to investors through the crowdfunding.

This is a huge step forward for independents looking to build a financial foundation by raising money for what they want to do. One of the sites currently available for company stock sales through crowdfunding is EquityNet. In fact their video went online today and it's animated! Take a look at what we can expect from this new and viagra online innovative way of doing business. There's more information available about equity crowdfunding on the AN Forum topic.

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'Big Game' - The Animation School - Cape Town
Written by Charles   
Monday, 02 December 2013 07:26

Here's another excellent testament as to how varied animated content has become internationally and on an educational level no less. "Big Game" originates from The Animation School in Cape Town, South Africa. Follow the exploits of a hunter as he tries in vain to subdue a strange creature whose lack of buy original viagra intellect and simple base emotions helps to cialis how much preserve his existence and overcome his adversary. Many talented individuals share credit on the project.

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'Villa' - Guillermo Daldavo - Punto y Raya 2014
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 30 November 2013 19:43

Did you know that "Villa" means error in Icelandic? That theme can be seen in this video by Guillermo Daldavo, an Argentine graphic designer, art director and motion graphics animator based in Barcelona Spain. The thinking behind this work is prescription drug levitra focused upon purposely creating error and distortion to enhance the cheapest price on cialis audio visual experience. Villa was produced in conjunction with the Punto y Raya Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland which will take place at Harpa Concert Hall from January 30 to February 2 2014. The audio for Villa was created by Bernard Arce. Take a look at this unique animated expression...

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