Quick apologies for not writing for a while. I have been really busy – yes the standard excuse – and though I have started about 20 posts all pretty much geared to helping small production companies, authors, theatre companies or businesses on how to market cheaply and effectively using the Internet, I haven’t finished any of them. I just haven’t had the time to complete them accordingly.
Consequently, I find myself saying or writing the same things over and over to clients in emails or telephone calls. Surely, there’s got to be a more effective way to get that information out?
Then poof – the answer came to me. Yes – I will blog it!
So, what I will try to do is keep that perfectionist streak at bay and just write quickly – preferably after I write an email to a client – and just use some fancy copy and paste work, and pop the info from email into a post.
That way it will all be here on the site and I can refer you to the right page and have fancy links or pics ready for you so that you can check things out quickly and see what I am referring to.
Perfect. We’ll see how it goes.
Here are a few things I have been busy with:
- Author Paul Quarrington’s web site
- Moving Stories Film Fest site
- Getting my second degree black belt in tae kwon do
- Directing and editing the cutest series of interviews for the Writer’s Union called Elevator Pitch – a Bookshorts production of course
And now big news. I am moving to Newfoundland!!! Yes – I am running away to fulfill a lifelong dream of being an artist, and have found the most wonderful community of filmmakers, people, and spirit right here in Canada on the Rock. St. John’s is like Paris in the 20s. Well, almost. Kind of. Pretty much.
No worries. I will be back-and-forthing a lot between St. John’s and Toronto (feeling guilty about the carbon footprint all ready) and we’ll always have the Internet! I love the Internet.
Have any questions you need answered? Email me irene @ strangeduck.com
I need to learn to use Skype with video. Anyone know a good tutorial?
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